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VOCATIONAL 



This is my letter to the world, 
* That never wrote to me, — 
The simple news that Nature told, 
With tender majesty. 

Her message is committed 

To hands I cannot see, 
For love of her, sweet countrymen, 

Judge tenderly of me! 



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DEDICATION 




Mrs. Ann Cannon 



Mrs. Shirley Healey 



The dedication of the 1 977 GOLDENROD to Mrs. Cannon and Mrs. 
Healey was an idea that received enthusiastic and unanimous sup- 
port from the Senior Class. Need anything in the Guidance Office 
from lunch tickets to college applications? Then these two helpful 
ladies, with a combined experience of 19 years in the Quincy Public 
School System, will efficiently and cheerfully supply the necessary 
information. Consistently concerned for the students of Quincy High, 
Mrs. Cannon and Mrs. Healey have earned the gratitude of thou- 
sands of seniors over the years. We, the class of 1977, realize that 
the entire school is fortunate to be able to rely on two ladies who 
"truly operate the office for the benefit of the students." Therefore, 
we take great pleasure in dedicating the GOLDENROD to two fine 
people who are, themselves, dedicated to the students. Thank you 
very much, Mrs. Cannon and Mrs. Healey! 



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Photographs and memories 
Christmas cards you sent to me 
All that I have are these 
to remember you 

...emories that come at night 
Take me to another time 
Back to a happier day 
When I called you mine 

But we sure had a good time 
When we started way back when 
Morning walks and bedroom talks 
Oh how I loved you then 

Summer skies and lullabies 
Nights we couldn't say good-bye 
And of all of the things that we knew 
t a dream survived 



Photographs and memories 
All the love you gave to me 
Somehow it just can't be true 
That's all I ve left of you 

But we sure had a good time 
When we started way back when 
Morning walks and bedroom talks 
Oh how I loved you then 



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Memories are embedded 

through repetition. The 

homeroom period is a part of 

the high school experience 

that few students will forget. 

An anxious glance at the clock 

is followed by the reassurance 

by the teacher that "the cards 

haven't gone up yet." 

Perhaps there will be several 

announcements over the loud 

speaker or the homeroom 

teacher will try to collect yet 

another in an endless series of 

forms needing parental 

signatures. Some students 

catch up on news with their 

friends and others review for 

an up-coming test or put the 

finishing touches on an 

assignment due first period. At 

precisely 8: 1 2 when the be 
rings, the room rises as one to 
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Entering students in September of 1 977 
immediately realized that, as always, some 
things had changed and some things had 
remained the same. To complement the newly- 
waxed floors, modern blue lockers lined the 
halls. A new schedule packed with study halls 
replaced the old one with resource time. 
Sophomores were still directed to the swimming 
pool on the fourth floor, though, and room 306 
still awaited transformation. Books of all 
descriptions remained the educational mainstay, 
and Mr. York remained in the supply room to 
keep a couple of thousand students in paper 
and pencils. And as the floor shine dulled under 
heavy traffic, the year began. 







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The fond memories of a successful 
school year are due, in part, to. the 
smooth operation of the many parts that 
make up the high school environment. 
Detentions for tardiness were instituted 
to alleviate the crush of students signing 
in late at the Assistant Principal's office. 
A renovated nurse's office and a new 
guidance complex inspired confidence. 
No matter what the question, people 
were willing to help find an answer. 
Above, Mr. Wagner explains the crazy 
English language to Vo Thi-Kim-Dung. 



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SUPERINTENDENTS 




Dr. Lawrence Creedon — Superintendent 





Mr. John Osterman — Asst. 



Mr. William Phinney — Asst. 



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QUINCY HIGH 





Mr. Robert Basiliere — Asst. Principal 



Mr. Lloyd Creighton — Principal 





Miss Sydelle Goldman — Dean 



Mr. Gene Macomber — Dean 



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VOCATIONAL 
TECHNICAL SCHOOL 




Mr. Michael Golub — Asst. Principal 



Mr. Laurence Babin — Principal 




Mr. Eugene Silverio — Dean 



Mr. Paul Sullivan — Dean 



Mr. James Thibodeau — Dean 



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GUIDANCE 




Richard Haines — Head 





Charles Baillargeron 



Frank Bukunt 




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Robert Daniele — Work Study 



Gerald Gherardi 



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William Hutchinson 



Edward Nankin 




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Robert Nolan — Workstudy 




Richard Pessin 






Sylvia Stern 



Linda Wilson 



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SPECIAL EDUCATION 





Frieda Dirks — Coordinator 



Alice Combes 




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David Donovan 



Steven Ferrara 



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Martha Firth 



Robert Limoncelli 




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Howard Mason 



Dorothy McAuliffe 












Paul Panatano 



Gerald Ridge 



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ENGLISH 
DEPARTMENT 





Bruce MacDonald — Head 



Robert Carnie 



Edna Delia Barba 






Sandra DeVincentis 



Margaret Flynn 



Wayne Hamilton 






Dana Jones 



Richard Martin 



Ronald Martin 






Suzanne McGowan 



Leslie McKenna 



Frank Moffet 



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Arthur Mosher 



Sean Mulready 



Maureen O'Brien 






Leslie Orsini 



Herman Pasqueralla 



Janet Poole 






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Louise Rothman 



Richard Scanlon 



Edgar Tatro 






Virginia Trainor 



Thomas Wagner 



Stephen Weeks 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 





Jack Harrington — Head 



Nicholas Anciello 



Barbara Cohen 






Linda Day 



Irving Fletcher 



John Garrity 






Daniel George 



Daniel Lutts 



Jack Merrill 



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William Mitchell 



Kathleen O'Donnel 



James Shaw 






Sherry Shaw 



George Smith 



William Sullivan 





Carol Wayne 



Joyce Wolk 




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SCIENCE 




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John Chrusciel — Head 






Judith Appleby 



Frank DiSabatino 



George Koolian 





Janet Kornmeyer 



Carol Lane 



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Peter Ligor 



Charles MacLaughlin 



Janet McLean 





Michael Saniuk 









Catherine Smith 



David Smith 



Carmine Tortora 



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FOREIGN LANGUAGES 




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Prudence Alfaro 





Nancy Christian 



Daniel Goldfarb 



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Kathryn Hagenbach 



Kenneth Koubek 




Robin Murphy 





Virginia Stefani 



Joanne Tribulauskas 



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BUSINESS 




Marie Lynch — Head 




Catherine Callahan 





Harold Carter 




Elinor Churchill 





Edward Fay 



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James Flahive 



Janet Leahy 



Rita Morash 





Julianne Morse 



Joanne Peterson 



Martha Pierce 





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Gerald Quintiliani 



Rosemary Simmons 



Irene Sullivan 





Henry Wilgo 



George Umscheid 



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MATH 





Arthur Albanese 



Margaret King — Head 





Ann Basiliere 



Clifford Boatner 





Joan Chrusciel 



Wayne DeSchamp 



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Sandra Goeddell 



Mary Ellen Hannon 






Thomas Owens 



William Pepe 



Irene Sancinito 





Thomas Walsh 



Elaine Zajchowski 



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ELECTRO-ELECTRONICS 




Donald Kaupp — Head 





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Patrick Crozier 




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Arthur DiLoreto 



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Stephen Janshego 



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Harry Kisbe 



Paul McDonald 





Melvin Miller 



Paul Milward 





Wallace Newcomb 



Anthony Perilli 



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NURSING 




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Madeline Papile — Head 



Helen Cook 



Marjorie Doolin 






Barbara Matthews — Secretary 



Irene Santauosso 



Jane Steele 






Verna Thayer 



Irene Uttendorfsky 



Kathryn Zalis 



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FOOD PREP 




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Edmund Repucci — Head 





Martha Robinson 



Salvatore Serrecchia 



LIBRARY 







Lynne Birlem 





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Nanette Eckert 




Pamela Roberts 



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GENERAL PLUMBING 





Arthur Morrissey — Head 



Edward Forsberg 




Ronald Fortin 





Edward Lawando 



George Sutherland 



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METALS AND MACHINES 




Bernard Dodd — Head 





Richard Clifford 




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Leo Boyle 




Robert Dougherty 




Elmer Hume 




Gerald Panarelli 



Robert Trott 



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POWER MECHANICS 




Richard Forsythe 




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Leonello Pellegrini 




George Baker 




Robert LaFavre 




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Charles Magnarelli 



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Santo Romano 



Anthony Rizzotti 



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GENERAL WOODS 



GRAPHIC ARTS 




Fred Gibbs 







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Sol Levenson 



Paul Tranford 



Patrick Trifone 




Mikelis Lenbergs 



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Warren Paglari 



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ART AND INDUSTRIAL ART 





Leslie Chase 



Peter Lind 







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Robert Osterman 



Joseph Wessling 





Rosemary Brotin 



Raymond Brown 





Robert Fariello 



Nancy Sullivan 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




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Joseph Amorsino 



Hank Conroy 




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Martin Finnegan 





Susan Lamb 



Barbara Webster 



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Kay Hamill 




Stacey Graham 




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Bette Cunningham 




Norma Benson 







Joan Lawless 



Helen McManus 



Elizabeth Campbel 



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Laurene Rice 




Sgt. Normand Mencarini 




HOME 
ECONOMICS 



R.O.T.C. 



DATA 
PROCESSING 





Ruth Mikami 




Col. Arthur Allen 




Helen La Hage 



Patricia Glancy 



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SECRETARIES 







Ms. Peg Egan — VT 




Ms. Marguerite Chandler — VT 



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Ms. Olive Hodgkins — VT 




Ms. Rosalee Rich — VT 




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Ms. Regina Whalen — Q 




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Ms. Edgeworth — VT 



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ROW 1 : Mrs. Ball, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Cummings, Mrs. Koch, Mrs. O'Brien. ROW 2: Mrs. Coughlin, Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Marini, Mrs. Ciardi, Mrs. 
McMullin. 




ROW 1: Mrs. McManus, Mrs. Murphy, Ms. Shen, Mrs. Venuti, Mrs. Foye. ROW 2: Mrs. Dondero, Mrs. Baldi, Mrs. Austin, Mrs. Purpora, Mrs. 
Gentile, Mrs. McDonough. 



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Twenty-five years from now at the reunion of the QHS-QVTS class of 77 , when you are reunited with former class- 
mates, will you actually remember your senior year? When you begin to reminisce will you be able to recall all those 
events which were the most meaningful to you? Will you remember all the pleasures and pains of senior year, or will 
the memory of them be dulled by the passage of time? The three years we've spent together at Quincy High and Voc- 
Tech served as our stepping stones into life. The experiences shared by the class of 1977 should be locked into our 
memories to be cherished forever. 



WILL YOU REMEMBER . . . 

Hoping that we would meet Mr. Basiliere's challenge on the first day of school to become the best senior class QHS 
and QVTS ever had? 

Coming to school in September and hardly believing you were finally a senior? 

The trouble you got into when you tried to socialize in the library? 

Dressing up in the middle of the blazing summer heat to go and have your senior picture taken? 

Buying your class ring and having to find 77 people who would turn it? 

The weary hours spent on filling out college applications, and the amount of money you spent just to apply? 

The fits of nervous tension you experienced before and during the SAT'S and achievements? 

Wanting to find out what your board scores were but dreading the fact that you had to open them when the time 
finally came? 

The four consecutive days of relaxation during the unexpected January snow storms? 

The fire drills during the winter's sub-zero weather? 

The inauguration of Jimmy Carter as the United States' 39th president? 

Staying home at night to watch Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley, Welcome Back Kotter, Starsky and Hutch, Charlie's 
Angels, and The Gong Show? 

Coming back to school last September and finding all resource periods were replaced with study halls? 

The excitement of being accepted to your first choice college and the disappointment if you weren't? 

That many seniors were switched from their old familiar homerooms to brand new ones? 

The renovation of the guidance complex and the principal's office? 

Being one of the lucky ones who had their old green locker replaced with a shiny new blue one? 



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The confusing pass system during the second semester? 

The new innovation in television and the popularity of the novels for television and continuing dramas such as Rich 
Man, Poor Man Books I, II, Roots, Captains and the Kings, Executive Suite, and Once an Eagle? 

All the money you spent on buttons, candy, and raffle tickets to support the school's clubs? 

The hassle you went through when you wanted to be dismissed? 

The fear of knowing that all your marks were being sent to colleges? 

Being in tenth grade and wondering what it was like to be a senior? 

Praying on the day of an important test that you'd have a substitute? 

The protest of the senior class and the petition against study halls? 

The great feeling of spirit all the seniors had at the Thanksgiving rally? 

Trying to scrape up enough money to pay for prom tickets, class dues, the yearbook, and your graduation robe? 

The restoration of the pony to our school's lobby? 

The return of the school newspaper's former name and the posters that read: "The Pony Express Rides Again!" 

Attending Page and Stage's production of "Patterns" and "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest?" 

Signing up for the prom committee and hoping your name would be picked? 

The hope of all seniors that we would win the Thanksgiving game and the disappointment when we didn't? 

The hours you spent in detention for being late? 

Looking forward to the half days on the second Tuesday of every month? 

All the fun when the student council collected money for charity on Halloween, pictures with Santa, and the Valen- 
tine Express? 

The school dances featuring "Spur", "Minus One", and "Crystal City?" 

Praying that the basketball team would win one of their games against Rindge Tech? 

The last set of mid-years at QHS and QVTS? 

Trying to get your sign-out sheet filled? 

Dancing until two a.m. at the prom? 

The feeling of joy and sorrow at graduation? 



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CLASS WILL 



Last will and testament of the class of 1 977 of the Quincy-VocTech, High School, in the city of Quincy, County of Norfolk, and State of 
Massachusetts. 

Be it remembered that we the 1 977 class of Quincy High-VocTech High School, hoping that we are about to graduate from, leave, or 
otherwise be evicted from this institution of learning, and being of partially sound mind and body have banded together to draw up this our 
last will and testament so that we may dispose of our scattered and sacred possessions which we have accumulated during our three year 
sentence. To the following teachers we leave: 

Mr. MacDonald — a training manual entitled "How to train feral children in ten easy lessons." 

Mr. Macomber — the class of "78" — Good Luck!!! 

Mr. Orsini — a bottomless cup of coffee and a box of munchkins. 

Mr. Owens — a box of colored chalk and a tape recording saying — "Can you see it?" 

Mr. Jones — a plaque saying "Is it done yet?" 

Mr. Koubek — a 1 st year Italian class that doesn't know what "Esca della stanza" means. 

Mrs. Harrison — a concert choir that dresses properly. 

Miss Hagenbach — a French room with a built in tennis court. 

Mr. Ron Martin — a map of how to find your identity. 

Mr. Koolian — permanent detention duty. 

Mr. Smith — a microbiology class that takes their tests and doesn't argue. 

Mr. Mulready — a journalism class that comes in on time and some money for the paper. 

Miss Alfaro — a recording of "sientarse clase." 

Mr. Ligor — a student who can do a perfect research paper. 

Mr. MacLaughlin — the BASIC necessities of life. 

Mr. Weeks — a British Literature class that appreciates poetry. 

Mrs. Christian and Mrs. Myatt — many more Latin clubs (Good Luck!) 

Mrs. Lane — some easy chemistry books and a new blackboard to write assignments on. 

Mr. Harrington — a new "I Love B.C." sticker. 

Mr. Saniuk — chemistry classes full of Italian students who are well versed in Polish jokes. 

Mr. Merrill — a psychology class that likes to argue. 

Miss Wolk — a sociology class that knows the definition of an ethnic group. 

Miss Kornmeyer — a perfect collection of bugs. 

Miss Goldman — more seats outside her office and longer cut cards. 

Guidance Office — new computers and perfect schedules. 

Mr. Creighton — we leave a new yearbook staff and the hope that he didn't waste all of his patience on us. 

hAr. Myrick — resource periods to keep him busy. 

Mrs. Robinson — a case of mousetraps. 

hAr. Comer — a free and open system. 

Mr. Serrecchia — another Mark Baker. 

Miss McKenna — a quiet and well-mannered homeroom to help her recover from the last one. 

Col. Allen and Sgt. Mencarini — an ROTC division that doesn't get height sick. 

Mr. Miller — some turtlewax. 

Mr. Kisby — a handkerchief 

Mr. Paul MacDonald — some more company for 2:30. 

Mr. Crozier — an answer to his own questions. 

Mr. Perrilli — a new box of cigars. 

Therefore, we the graduating (?) class of 1 977 of Quincy High-Voc Tech having thus disposed of all our worldly possessions do hereby set 
our seal to this last will and testament and deliver it into the hands of the oncoming senior class on this thirteenth day of May, nineteen 
hundred and seventy-seven. So, as we are about to go Out among the cold world's strife, and slide down the razor blade of life, this solemn 
document is now witnessed by these venerable and revered personages. 

In Witness Thereof: 

Lawrence P. Creedon 
Lloyd M. Creighton 
Dana C. Jones 



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In every organization there is one person who makes it all possible. Unfortunately, most times this person does not receive the credit that is 
due. This year we would like to recognize the effort and care that Mr. Dana Jones has been putting into the GOLDENROD yearbooks for the 
past five years. Mr. Jones gives of himself to the book. However, he never makes the decision, but forces the students to think for themselves 
so that when the book is done they can honestly say that it is truly their book. 

For all that he has done in the past and especially this year, we the staff would like to thank him and let him know that his work is appreci- 
ated. 

Thank you Mr. Jones!! 

The 1 977 GOLDENROD Staff 



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ACADEMIC DISTINCTION 





Anthony Anastasio — VT 



Gisele Appoloni — Q 





Mark Baker — VT 



Timothy Cahil 



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Diane D'Olimpio — VT 



Doron Ezickson — Q 



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Lisa Gold — Q 



Jon Golub — Q 




Caren Gotlieb — Q 





Daniel Jankins — VT 



James Lahive — Q 



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James Luke — VT 



Stephen McMahon — Q 




Judy McQuinn — Q 





Matthew Putnam — VT 



Allan Rautialia — VT 



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Ralph Rosen — Q 



Cynthia Sullivan — VT 




Paul Turowski — VT 






Joseph Weyers — Q 



Robert Nord — Q 
Senior Year at M.I.T. 



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CLASS OFFICERS 




Bob Johnson — President 




Leeann Gilbody — Vice President 








Cheryl Machado — Secretary 







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Sheila Burke — Treasurer 



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David L. Adelberg 



Duane R. Affsa 



Baseball 3 




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Michael G. Antonellis 



Steven H. Andersor 
"Andy" 

Football 1,2,3 








Dale D. Annable 




Jean C. Archer 



Dorothy S. Aronoff 
"Dotty" 

Colorguard 1 , 2, 3 




Jean Aupperlee 
Track 1 



Gisele M. Appoloni 

BlueMacs 2, 3; SC 

Corr. Sec. 2; SC 3; 

Yearbook 3; NHS 3; 

Ski Club 3 



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Brenda C. Arey 

Page & Stage 2; 
Language Club 2; 
Blue Macs 3; 
Yearbook 3 



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Pamela J. Bacon 

Q-Club1,2,3;Ski 

Club 3; Yearbook 3 



Philip A. Baldassini 

HR Rep 2; Regional 
Advisory Council 3; SC 
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Mary J. Barry 



Thomas V. Bennett 




Frances M. Bersani 
"Fran" 




Patricia A. Barry 
Softball 3 



Marlene N. Benson 

Colorguard 2, 3; 
Page & Stage 2 




Cheryll A. Bergstrom 




Richard M. Bersani 
"Rich" 




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Maryanne Bertone 
Yearbook 3; Track 1 



Deborah L. Blake 
"Debbie" 



Brian Bohmbach 
"Ed" 



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Richard D. Brabazon 



Enid Braveman 
"Bean" 

SC 1 , 2, Pres. 3; Jr. 

Class Pres.; Student 

Union 3; Blue Macs 1, 

Treas. 2; Basketball 1, 

2, 3; Ski Club 1,2, 3; 

Q-Club 1 ; Girls' State 

1 1; Principal's Council 

2; Tennis 1 ; Assoc. 

Mem. to School Comm. 

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William Peter 
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Mary C. Bredin 
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Q-Club 1 , 3; 

BlueMacs 2, 3; Pony 

Express 3; 

Goldenrod 

Photography Editor 3 




Carl F. Brandolini 
"Brando" 





Joseph D. Briggette 
"Munger" 




John W. Brick 




Donna M. Brill 
"Don" 



Yearbook 3 




'We're outta here!' 



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Jean A. Brosnan 



Cheryl A. Buccella 





Mark J. Buchanan 
"Buck" 

Football 1,2, Co- 
Captain 3 




James J. Buchan 

"Buck- 
Hockey 1,2,3 



Caterina Buglisi 
"Kathy" 




"Years go by, but friends ore here to stay.' 



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James G. Burke 




Sheila M. Burke 

Volleyball 1;Q-Club 

1 ; Gymnastics 1 , 2, 

Captain 3; SC 2, 3; 

Sr. Class Treas.; 

NHS; Cheering Head 

2; Prom Comm.; 

Swim Team Co-Capt. 

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Stephen J. Butler 
"Butts" 





Wrestling Co-Captain; 
Track; NHS 



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Donna M. Calapa 
"Small Fry" 




•Work hard!" 



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Larry S. Calley 

"Mad Dog" 

Football 1,2,3 





Edmund J. Campbell 

"Ed- 
Winter Track 1,2,3; 
Spring Track 1 , 2, 3; 
Soccer 3 



Christine M. Campbel 
"Chris" 

Band 1, 2, 3 





Karen M. Campbell 

Pep Club 1 , 3; 
Cheerleading 2; Tri-Hi-Y 
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Patricia M. Cannon 
"Pat" 

Colorguard 1 , 2, 3; 

Field Hockey 2; 

Volleyball 3 




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Donna M. Caporale 
"Carlo" 

Girls Track 1,2,3 



John J. Carloni 
"Big John" 

Football 1 , 2; Spring 

Track 1,2,3; Winter 

Track 1 ; ROTC 1 , 3 




Toni A. Carpenito 
"Benito" 




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Wayne J. Cascarano 
"Guiena," 
Ginzo 

Football 1,3 




Susan Marie 
Casserly 

Sue 

VICA; Pep Club 



Brand M. Cedrone 
"Sid Baker' 

AGC Club 1,2, 3 




William W. Chase 
"Bill" 



Girls Glee Club 1 ; 
Foreign Lang. Club 1 , 2, 
3; Blue Macs 3; 
Goldenrod 3 




Holly F. Chatterton 



'Ah! At last the alarm clock's reign is through!!' 




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Linda Cirillo 
Band 1,2,3 




Jayne M. Collins 
"Jayne" 

Colorguard 1, 2, 3 



Anthony W. Ciani 
Football 1 ; VICA 1 , 2 



James P. Ciardelli 




Anthony J. Cogliano 
"Tony" 



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Ellen M. Coleman 

Q-Club 1; Page& 
Stage 2, 3; Tennis 1 , 
2, 3; Jr. Achievement 
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Valerie E. Collins 

Swim Team 2, 3; 
Band 1 , 2, 3 





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Sheila M. Comeau 





Joseph Comoletti 



James E. Connell 

"Jim- 
Golf 1 , 2, 3; Swim 
Team 2, 3; Math 
Team 2, 3 




Joseph Connolly 



Bridget C. Connolly 

Cheerleading 2, 3; Q- 
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Mark T. Connolly 
Football 1 ; Hockey 1 




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Linda M. Connors 






Michael P. Cormier 







James A. Constas 
"Jim" 

Football! ,2, 3 | 











Sandra J. Conway 
"Sandy" 



Joan A. Conti 







1 


V 


Michael B. 


Cooley 




"D 


emon" 



Paula J. Cornelison 

Latin Club 1 , 2; Page 
and Stage 2 



Joseph T. Conran 
"Joe" 





I 

1 



76 







Salvatore E. Coscia 

"Sal- 
Football 2, 3; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3 



Kathy L. Coull 

Field Hockey 1; Drill 
Team 2, 3; ROTC 1 , 
2,3 



Thomas J. Cronin 



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Joanne M. Coull 





Cheryl A. Craig 
"Sherry' 

Track 1 , 2, 3 




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76 



Jean E. Cross 
"Jeannie" 

Bowling 2 



Sheila M. Cullen 

Gymnastics 1; 
Volleyball 1 




79 



Suzanne M. Daly 
"Sue" 



Linda Dauphinee 
"Dauph" 




80 



Julie A. Deery 

Spring Track 1, 2, 3; 

Basketball 1; Swim 

Team 2; Field Hockey 3 



Carol A DelGreco 

Aerospace 2, 3; ROTC 

Drill Team 1 , 2, 3; 

Goldenrod Business 

Editor 3 







William R. Dempsey 

Winter Track 1 , 2, 3; 
Spring Track 1 , 2, 3; 
Foreign Lang. Club 3 




Julia J. Deluca 
Julie 



Leah M. Depolo 

Gymnastics 1 ; Q- 
Club 1 , 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 
3 




Michael J. Defazio 






A 

Linda M. Del Greco 



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Michael DelVecchio 
"Mike" 

Soccer 3; Latin Club 
2, Treas. 3 




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81 



Robert H. Derbes 
Football 1,2,3 



Betteanne DiBona 




82 



Thomas J. DiMattio 
Tom 

Track 1 , 2; Baseball 3 



Peter S. DiSalvio 




83 




Robert H. D'Olympio 
"Bob" 



Sharon A. Donahue 

Page & Stage 1 , 2, 
3; FNA 2, 3; Voice 2; 
Goldenrod 3; 
Concert Choir 2, 3 



Marybeth Dougenik 



84 



Dan J. Eaton 
"Dano" 



Kathryn L Engelke 
"Kathie" 

Band 1 , 2, Drum Major 
3; Orchestra; SC 




85 




John P. Fahey 




Mary M. Fahey 

Track 1 ; Advertising 
Layout Editor 3 




Joyce M. Fantucchio 

Debating Club 1 ; 
Foreign Language 
Club 2, 3; Page and 
Stage 2, 3; Blue 
Macs 3; Goldenrod 
Co-Editor 3 






Debora D. Farmer 

"Debbie" or 
"Friskie" 

Concert Choir 1 ; Page 
and Stage 3; ROTC Dril 
Team 1,2,3 



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Susan A. Ferrazzi 





Annette P. Ferner 



Girls Tennis 1 



Norman D. Ferrier 



Gulp!' 




86 



John W. Ferris 

Track 1; Baseball 1; 

Football 1 , 2; Page & 

Stage 2; Ski Club 3 



Jane C. Ferzoco 

Page & Stage 1 , 2; 
Jr. Achievement 3 



Deborah L. Feulo 

VICA 1 ; Sailing 2; 
Office Aide 2, 3 





V 



can't stop! Helllpp!!' 



87 




James Florentine 





Loretta Flynn 
"Lori" 



Cross Country 2, 3; 
Winter Track 1 , 2, 3; 
Spring Track 2, 3 





Patricia A. Fontaine 
"Patty," 
Tricta, Pat 

Concert Choir 1 ; 
Goldenrod 3; Page and 
Stage 2, 3; Latin Club 3; 
NHS 3 





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Julie A. Forrester 

Art, Pottery, Fabrics 
1,2 



Mark J. Fratus 




Karen J. Foye 



Debbie Frederick 




88 



Marybeth French 



Matthew W. French 




Robert J. Gagnon 



Football 1 , 2, 3; 

Wrestling 1 , 2, 3; Page 

& Stage 2, 3; Nautilus 

1; NHS 2, 3; Chess Club 

1 ; Boys' State 2 




Bernadette T. 
Gardner 

"Bernie" 

Office Aide 2, 3 





William R. French 
"Billy" 


■1 




Baseball 1 , 2; Football 
1,2,3 


v * * 








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Judith L. Furman 
"Judy" 






Joanne M. Gallahue 

Band 1 , 2, 3; V-Pres. ; 
Concert Choir 1, 2, 
3; Page & Stage 2, 
3; Latin Club 3; 
Language Club 2, 3; 
Glee Club 3; 
Orchestra Manager 
2; Band Float Comm. 
1 




89 



Patrick M. Gibbons 
"Pat" 

Football 1,2, Go- 
Capt. 3; Baseball 1, 
2, 3; Track 3 




Richard J. Gibbons 
"Gibba" 

Hockey 1 ; Baseball 
2, 3; Winter Track 3 



Robert S. Giglio 




Thomas E. Gilbert 




Leann Gilbody 

Q-Club 1 , 2 ; SC 2, 3; 
V-Pres. 2, 3; Prom 
Comm. 3; Varsity 
Cheerleading 3 




Joseph M. Gil 



90 



Lisa M. Gold 

Q-Club 1; Softball 1; 

Colorguard 2, 3; 

Language Club Treas. 2, 

3; NHS 2, 3; Goldenrod 

3; Pony Express 3; 

Gymnastics 1, 2, 3; Blue 

Macs 1 , 2, Sec. 3 



Frank Gorham 



Page & Stage 2 




Edward S. Graham 
Edzo 

Cross-Country 3; 
Winter Track 3; 
Wrestling 3; Spring 
Track 3 



Carol L. Grant 



VICA 1 ; Office Aide 3 






Caren N. Gotlieb 

Blue Macs 1 , 2 
Basketball 1 
Language Club 2, 3 
AFS 2, 3; Page & 
Stage 2, 3; NHS 2, 3 



Fredrick J. Graham 
"Fred" 



Jon E. Golub 

Soccer J.V. Capt. 1 , 

2, Co-Capt. 3; 

Winter Track 2, 3; 

NHS 2, 3 





91 




Robin D. Grimmett 





Ida M. Grossi 

Language Club 3; 
Basketball 3; 
Softball 3 



Paul S. Gaudiano 

Band 1 ; Hockey 1 , 2, 
3 



Lorene E. Gugliemi 
"Lori" 

Language Club 2; Pep 
Squad 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3 




Paul E. Gustafson 





Michael Gulino 
"Mike" 



David E. Haddix 



Aerospace 1 , 2, 3 



Running a mile is GOOD for me?" 



92 



James S. Hadfield 
"Hadda" 

Baseball 1 



Maryellen E. Hall 
"Mary" 

Goldenrod 3; Ski Club 
3; Library Staff 3 




Cinthya V. Harnais 
"Coconut" 
"Cincia" 

Majorette 1 ; Band 2, 3; 

Concert Choir 1 , 2; 

Page & Stage 2 




Marie Harte 

Latin Club 3; AFS 3 



'Are you guys looking for something?" 



93 




fVVUJ 



Jeffrey A. Harrison 

Latin Club 2, 3; Ski 
Club 2, 3; Soccer 1, 
2, 3; Tennis Team 2, 
3; Homeroom Rep 1, 
2,3 





Douglas A. Haskins 




Fatima N. Hassan 

Q-Club 1,2, Pres. 3; 
SC 2, 3; Girls Track 
1 , 3; Blue Macs 2; 
School Newspaper 3 



Donna M. Hensley 





J* \v 

Judith A. Heath 



Mary E. Hogan 

Colorguard 1 ; Latin 

Club 1 , 2, V-Pres. 3; 

Debating Club 1; 

Language Club 2, 3; 

Goldenrod Co-Editor 3; 

Page and Stage 2; 

Concert Choir 3; Ski 

Club 3; Q-Club. 1 



Philomena M. Hastings 
"Phil" 

Girls Tennis Team 1 , 2, 
3; Senior Layout Editor 
3; Language Club 2, 3; 
Photography 1 , 2, 3; 
Explorers Club 1 , 2; 
Tutoring 3 





Elizabeth A. Hennessey 
"Ese" 

Language Club 2; 

Blue Macs 3; Goldenrod 

3 



After the game how about a date, cutie?' 




94 



Thomas M. Holmberg 
"The Kid" 
"Muscles" 

Baseball 1,2,3 



Vincent J. Hurley 
"Joe" 

Baseball 1; Pony 
Express 3 



Mary E. Ilacqua 

Q-Club 1 ; Track 1,2,3; 

Cross Country 3; Ski 

Club 2, 3 





John F. Jennette 




Daniel R. Jankins 
"Dan" 




Gordon S. Johnson 
SC3 




"Kinda smokey in here, huh?' 



95 



Robert P. Johnson 
"Freak" 

Q-Club 3; SC 3; 
Senior Class Pres. 3 




Robert W. Kamb 



Band 1 



Jeffrey R. Johnston 
"Jeff" 

Diving 3 




Donald Jones 

Soccer 1 ; Math Club 1 ; 
Chess Club 1 ; Debating 
Club 1,3, Pres. 2; 
Cross-Country 2, 3, Co- 
Capt. 3; Winter Track 2, 
3; Spring Track 1,2,3 



96 




Stephen Kane 



Lori A. Keefe 







97 




Brian M. Kelly 




Edmund G. Kelly 
"Ed" 




Martin E. Kelly 
"Marty" 






Michael J. Kennedy 

Soccer 1 , 2, 3; 
Basketball 1 , 2, 3 



Julio L. Kelman 
Jules 



Michael E. Kelly 





Doreen C. Kennedy 



Robert F. Kenney 
"Bob" 




98 



Barbara L. King 
"Queenie" 



Ronald Knowles 




Volleyball 1; 

Gymnastics 1 , 2; Tennis 

1 , 2, 3; Blue Macs 1 , 2 

Page and Stage 1 , 2 

AFS V-Pres. 2, Pres. 3 

Language Club, Pres. 2, 

3 




James P. LaHive 

Rifle Club 1 ; Spring 
Track 1,2,3; NHS 2, 
3; Swimming Team 
2,3 



99 



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Edna M. Lambert 




Michael J. Lamie 



Basketball 1,2,3 




Francine LaMonica 






Joanne S. Lamparelli 



Patrick M. Lampert 
"Pat" 

Foreign Language 
Club 2 




Denise M. LaPierre 
"Frenchy" 

Tutoring Program Pres. 
2; Girls' Spring Track 1 , 

2 




Mark Landry 



Vincent LaRosa 

Band 1 , 2, 3; Stage 
Band 



"So this is a pig's skin?' 




100 






Keith G. Larson 
Baseball 1 , 2 



Michael F. Lawlor 








David Leone 



"You mean I need to play an instrument?' 



101 



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Natalie A. Leone 
"Nat" 




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Angelo Licata 



Salvatore F. Lombardo 
Sal 



Susan M. Lewis 



Prom Comm. 3 




Laura J. Light 

"Beanie" 

Softball 2, 3 




Mara B. Lilly 

Goldenrod; Prom 
Comm. 



Brian K. London 

Rifle Club 1; Spring 

Track 1 ; Drama Club 1 ; 

Debating Team 2, 3; 

Tennis Team 2, 3; 

Foreign Lang. Club 2; 

Latin Club 3 





Michael Litif 




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102 



Patricia A. Luggelle 
"Patty" 




Carole A. Lynch 

Volleyball 1 , 2, 3; 

Basketball 1 , 2, 3; Tri- 

Hi-Y 3; Prom Comm. 




Edwin C. Long 
"Jed- 




Anthony F. Luongo 
"Tony" 

Wrestling 1,2,3 





Karen A. Lungari 

Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3,Q- 
Club2 



Debra L. Lyons 

Volleyball 3; Prom 
Comm. 



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"Will you try not to breathe so hard?" 



103 




Patricia A. Macchi 
"Patty" 

Q-Club l,Treas. 2, 
3; Goldenrod 





Kimberly A. 
MacDonald 
Kim 

Girls' Glee Club 1; 
Concert Choir 2, 3; 
Page and Stage 2, 
Sec. 3 





Lee G. MacDonne 



Cheryl L. Machado 

Q-Clubl; 
Gymnastics 1,2,3; 
Cheerleading 2, 
Head 3; Student 
Council 2, 3, Sec. 2, 
3 




Rosemary 
MacDonald 

"Rose" 

AFS 2, 3; SC 2, 3 ; 
Page and Stage 2, 3; 
Tennis 2, 3; Foreign 
Lang. Club 3 




Mary Maclnnis 



Robert J. MacDonald 
"Bob" 




William C. MacDonald 
"Mac," "Bill" 

Wrestling 1 ; Page and 
Stage 2, 3; 
Baseball 3; SC 1 , 2, 
Treas. 3; Foreign Lang. 
Club 2, 3 



That's gotta be Paul.'' 




104 



Richard J. MacKenzie 



Kenneth M. MacPhee 
"Ken" 

Winter Track 1 ; Ski Club 
1,2,3 




Robert K. Maggiani 



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David V. MacLellan 
"Huggie 
Bear" 

Tennis 2, 3 



Anne Madden 



Cheerleading 2 





Andrea D. Magnell 



Patricia A. 
Maddalena 
"Patty, Formula 
409" 

Choir 1 , 2; SC 1 ; 
Blue Macs 1 , 2; Page 
and Stage 



■ 





Donna L. Madden 

Page and Stage 2, 3; 
Cheerleading 2, 3 




'But Dad, I don't need a haircut, look at Mr. Jones 



105 



Steven P. Mahoney 




William A. Moloney 
"Monk" 




James M. Moloney 




Lois A. Malvesti 

Volleyball 1,2,3; 
Basketball 1,2, 
Capt. 3; Softball 1 , 
2,3 



Mark E. Manganaro 
"Mag" 

Baseball 1 ; Football 3; 
Hockey 1 



Janice A. Malvesti 

Q-Club 1 ; SC 1 , 2; Page 
and Stage 1 , 2; Foreign 
Lang. Club, Sec. 2 





William M. Malvesti 
"Bill" 




106 



Kathleen M. Mannai 



Paul L. Mariano 




107 



Nancy B. Mattson 

Volleyball 1 , 2, 3; 
Basketball 1 , 2, 3; 
Softball Manager 1, 
2,3 




Maryann McCarthy 

Basketball 2, 3; Softball 
1,2, 3; Ski Club 3; 
Goldenrod 3; Q-Club 1 




Michael H. McColgan 
"Spanky" 

ROTC 1 ; Hockey 1;HR 
Rep 1 , 2 



Michael D. McCourt 
"Mike" 

ROTC 1,2,3 




108 



Gerald McDonald 



Kathleen M. 
McDonough 
"Kathy" 




Dennis J. McEleny 
"Mouse" 

Winter Track 2 





Joseph McHugo 



111 !l 



Page and Stage 2, 3 



W 



109 




Mary McKinnon 



£L/W^A 





Stephen M. 
McMahon 

"Steve" 




Thomas O. 
McMahon 

"Tom" 

Football 1 , 2, 3; 
Gymnastics 1 , 2, 3; 
Track 1,2,3 





Kathleen M. McRudin 
"Kathy" 

Q-Club 1 



Jean A. Merrill 



Karen A. Mezzetti 



Judy M. McQuinn 
Ski Club 2, 3 




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Mary Medicke 
Foreign Lang. Club 2, 3 



Stop talking while I'm interrupting. 




110 



William P. Mezzetti 



Vincent Miele 
Vinny 

Latin Club 2, 3 




Jean W. Milne 
"Jeannie" 

Band 1 , 2, 3; Tennis 
Team 2; Swim Team 3 




Janice Milford 
"Milf," 
"Puff" 



Blue Macs 2, 3 



James Mitchell 




Maria G. 
Michelangelo 




Marie T. Mignosa 
"Terri" 

Tri-Hi-Y 3 




"The rainbow is more beautiful than the pot at the end of it, 
because the rainbow is now and the pot never turns out quite 
what we expect." 



Ill 






Maryellen Molloy 
"Ellie" 

Q-Club 1 ; Cheerleader 

2, 3; SC 2; 

Gymnastics 1 



Ronnie Moore 
"Morse' 

Football 1 , 2, 3 




112 



Margaret J. Morrissey 



Jean M. Mullin 

Q-Club 1 ; Ski Club 2, 3; 

Blue Macs 1 ; 

Cheerleader 2; 

Gymnastics 3 




Michael Nee 





Michele E. Murphy 
"Murph" 

Q-Club 1,2; Blue 
Macs 3; Cheerleader 
2; Pony Express 3; 
Goldenrod 3; 
Gymnastics 3 



Scott Needel 

Swim Team 2, 3; 
Rifle Club 1; Hockey 
3 




Lauren J. Mosesso 




Michael B. Murphy 
"Mike," 
"Murph" 

Baseball 1 , 2, 3; 

Basketball 1 , 2; Band 

2,3 





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Dana P. Neitlich 
"Red" 

Page & Stage 1 , 2, 
3; Blue Macs 1 , 2 



Maryellen Nevins 
"May" 





Debating Team 1 , 2; 

Latin Club 1 , 2; Soccer 

1 , 2; SC 1 ; NHS 3 



Diane Nicholson 
"Nicky" 

Band 1,2; Field 
Hockey 1 , 2, 3; 
Basketball 2, 3; 
Softball 2, 3 




Kathryn Norton 
"Kathy" 

Band 1,2,3 



Marie A. Nichols 
"Ree" 

Latin Club 1,2, 3; Band 

1 , 2, 3; Field Hockey 1 , 

2, 3; Softball 1 , 2 ; AFS 
3; Track 3; NHS Treas. 
3 




Donna M. Noone 




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Regina M. Norton 


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Softball 1 ; Track 3; Blue 


& 1 


Macs 1, 3; Ski Club 2, 




3; Goldenrod 3; 


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Latin Club 1, 


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2 ; HR Rep 1,2, 3; Tri-Hi- 


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Janice E. 
Notarangelo 

Co-op 2, 3 




Timothy O'Brien 




115 




Clare M. Oliverio 

Volleyball 1,2, 3; 
Softball 1 , 2, 3; 
Basketball 3; Q-Club 
3 




Kevin O'Neil 
"Kev" 

Track 3; Co-op 
Program 3 





Margaret Ann 
O'Neill 

"Peggy" 

Track 1 , 2, 3; Blue 
Macs 2, 3; 
Goldenrod 3 





Gary W. Oriola 
"Oiler" 

Wrestling 1 , 2, 3 



Martin J. O'Toole 



Barbara F. Oriola 
"Babs" 

VICA 2, 3; SC 2 





Kathleen J. O'Toole 
"Kathy" 

Softball 1 



Robert W. Page 
"Beau" 



'High Honors??!!' 




16 



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Brenda K. Pagnani 

Q-Club 1 , 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 
1,3 



Pamela M. Palluccio 
"Pam" 

Concert Choir 1 




"You tilt the nest, and I'll catch the eggs." 



117 




Lisa A. Penzo 

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Margaret-Jane Perry 
"Peggy" 


Blue Macs 1 ; Latin 


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Club 2; Foreign 


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Concert Choir 1 


Language Club 2, 3; 


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Colorguard 1 , 2, 


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Capt. 3; Concert 


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Choir 1 , 2, 3; Page & 


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Stage 2, 3 




Adrienne P. Peruzzi 
"Ayds" 

Blue Macs 2, 3; Q- 
Club 3; Goldenrod 3 




Susan M. Peter 

Q-Club 1 ; Blue Macs 3; 
Goldenrod 3 



Judith Ann Petersen 
"Judy" 




Robert A. Pettinelli 



Football 1,2,3 




118 



Mary V. Pickering 
"Mare" 

Q-Club 1 , 2; HR Rep 1 , 
2 



Marjorie B. Pinto 
Margie" 



Tri-Hi-Y V-Pres. 3; Q- 
Club3 




William H. Pitts 




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Robin J. Prince 
•Robbie' 






Cheryl A. Princiotta 



Anthony Priscella 



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Mary P. Pusateri 



Denise A. Quintiliani 

Band 1 , 2, 3; 

Cheerleading 2, 3; SC 

2,3 



Lauren G. Purpora 
"Purps" 

Q-Clubl; Volleyball 




Matthew C. Putnam 
"Hey, kid" 

Page & Stage 1 



'What a day for my senior class pictures!' 




120 



Rodney D. Randall 
"Rowlo" 



Cheryl J. Rathbun 
"Cheryl June" 
"Rat" 



Allan H. Rautiala 
"Al" 

Football 1 





Donna A. Reed 
"B. B." 

Band 1,2,3 




Paul J. Redmond 
"Red" 

Hockey 1 , 2; Boxing 
1 




Kathleen M. Regan 
"Kathy" 

FNA 2, 3 




121 




Donna M. 
Reggiannini 

"Regg" 

Gymnastics 1 ; 
Cheerleading 2; Tri- 
Hi-Y3 



Theodore H. Reichert 





Paul R. Righini 



Nicholas S. Renzulli 

"Nick- 
Wrestling 1 , 2 




Peter Ricciardi 
"Pete" 

Concert Choir 1 , 2; 
Band 1 , 2, 3; Page & 
Stage 2; Stage Band 1 , 
2, 3; Goldenrod 3 



Are you the guy that drew these cartoons?" 




22 



Christopher W. Riley 



James R. Riley 



Teresa M. Roche 
"Terry" 

R0TC3;BlueMacsl ; 
Drill Team 3 




Donna L. Riley 




Kevin M. Robertson 
"Eb" 

Blue Macs 1 , 2; 
Basketball 1,2 




Sharon Robertson 

Colorguard 1, 2, 3; 
Pony Express 3; 
Page & Stage 3 




John F. Roman 
"Johno" 





Carolyn J. Robinson 
"Smokey" 

Band 1,2, 3; Blue 
Macs 1 , 2 ; AFS 2, 3; 
Page & Stage 2, 3; 
Glee Club 1 






"Sometimes May seems far away.' 



123 




Victoria A. Roman 
"Vic" 

Colorguard 1 , 2; 
Blue Macs 2, 3; 
Tennis 2, 3 



Margaret A. Romig 
"Peggy" 

Q-Club 1 ; 
Cheerleading 2, 3; 
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 



Ralph J. Rosen 

Band 1 , 2, 3; Stage 
Band 1,2,3 




124 



Ellen L. Rubin 

AFS 2, Host Sister 3; 

Library Staff 3; NHS 2, 

3; Tutoring 3 




Steven L. Rudnick 
"Steve" 

Latin Club 1,2,3; 

Debating Team 2, 3; 

Band 1,2,3; 

Orchestra 1 ; 




Janet J. Rugg 

Basketball 1 ; Office Aid 

3 




125 




Lisa R. Sacchetti 
"Lee" 




John A. Salerno 




Kurt R. Saltmarsh 

"Salty- 
Track 2, 3; ROTC 1 , 
2,3 






Kathleen M. Sarno 
"Kathy" 
"Cassy" 

VICA 1,2, 3;SC2 




Dora-Marie Salvatore 
"Dora" 

Q-Club 1,2, 3; Blue 
Macs 2, V-Pres./ 
Treas. 3; Guidance 
Aide 3; Goldenrod 
Co-Editor 3; Ski Club 
Treas. 3; Prom 
Comm. 3; Tutoring 3 



Michael A. Scarnici 




'2:30 at Quincy High-Voc Tech'' 



Lisa M. Salvaggio 

Basketball 1 ; Softball 1 , 
2; Swim Team 2; CD- 
Club 1,HR Rep 1,2; 
Blue Macs 1, 2, 3; Tri- 
Hi-Y 1,2, Chaplain 3; 
Goldenrod 3; 
Colorguard 1 ; Page & 
Stage 3; Student 
Regional Advisory 
Council 3; SC Treas. 3; 
Prom Comm. 3; Ski Club 
3 





Adeline Sandonato 
"Lina" 




126 



Gary T. Schuman 



Doreen S. Scribi 
Doreen 

Office Aide 3; 
Gymnastics 1 ; Tri-Hi-Y 1 




Craig R. Shea 
Wrestling 1,2,3 




Brian W. Seppala 

up 11 

Sep 



Basketball 1,2,3 



William A. Shea 
"Sheazy' 

Football 1 , 2, 3; 
Track 2, 3 





Brandon E. Seaman 





Mary B. Shattuck 

Cheerleading 2, 3; 
Gymnastics 1,2,3; 
Q-Club 1 



Laura J. Sciarini 
"La" 





"How's my hair? Oooo, my eye make-up!' 



127 




Thomas C. Sheedy 
"Non-Tom" 

Football 1 ; Co-op 3 



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"Just a little support . . .please?" 




David A. Shields 




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Donna M. Shuman 




Mary A. Sico 
Sico 



Office Aide 3; 
Gymnastics 1 ; Softball 
3 




Christopher J. Sidoti 
Co-Op 3 



Cheryl A. Smith 
"Smitty" 

Q-Clubl,3;Tri-Hi-Y3 





Arunas T. Simkus 



Track 1,2,3 






Kenneth J. Smith 
"Kenny" 




128 



Sharon L. Smyth 

Tri-Hi-Y 1 ; Cheerleading 
2, Co-Capt. 3 



Louise M. Sordillo 





Marian Squatrito 
"Squash" 

Choir 1 




Susan C. Spink 
"Spinky 
Sue 

HRRep 1,2,3 




Timothy Sprague 



Lawrence F. Stangel 
"Pudge" 





'A word to the wise is sufficient. 



129 




Kathleen L. Starck 

"Kathy" 
Library Staff 1; Blue 
Macs 2, Pres. 3; Ski 
Club Executive Board 
3; Goldenrod Senior 
Layout Editor 3; 
Prom Comm. 3; 
Guidance Office 
Aide 3; Q-Club 3; SC 
1 ; Tutoring 3; Pony 
Express 3 



Steven F. Starr 
"Lefty" 

Baseball 1 



Donald Stetler 
"Stet" 



LAAAM!" 




130 



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Catherine T. Sullivan 
"Katie" 
"Lady" 

Band 1,2,3, (Sec. 

2); Orchestra 1 , 2; 

Tennis 2, 3; 

Language Club 3 



Jean M. Svizzero 
"Skizz" 

Concert Choir 1 
Latin Club 1 , 2, 3 
Page and Stage 2, 3 
ROTC 3; Drill Team 3 




'I'm collecting pennies for AFS.' 



131 




Gisele Marguarite 
Thomas 

"Shall" 

"G" 





Kathleen A. Toomey 
"Kathy" 

Blue Macs 1 , 2; 

Concert Choir 1 , 3; 

Band 2, Sec. 3;Page 

and Stage 2, 3; NHS 

3 



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Majorette 1 , 2, 3; 
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Football 1, 2, 3; 
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Richard J. Walkama 
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Thomas P. Ward 



Hockey 1 



Matthew J. Warner 



Dennis J. Walter 

Football 1,2,3; 

Basketball 1 , 2, 3; 

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Michelle J. Whalen 

Colorguard 1; Blue 
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Mary E. Wiedemann 
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Suzanne L. Young 
"Chickie" 




Sandra M. 
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Basketball 1 , 2, 3; 
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Eric W. Wong 

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Football 1 



Ruth E. Wise 




Patrick J. A. Younie 

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Pres. 2; Rifle Club 1 



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Susan E. Merna 




Mark Tranter 




Deborah Crane 




Anthony DelCupolo 





Lyle D. Morrison 




Laura Pizzi 




James Trubiano 



Victor Kudarauski 




Darlene Stetler 



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It was the sixteenth of July, 1 976 when I got off the plane in San Francisco 
with my teddy bear, some favorite books, and twenty pounds of junk. I was not 
very excited but peacefully sleepy after the long flight from Japan. When I 
arrived at Stanford University where I had a four day orientation with nearly 
five hundred AFS students from eight countries, I called up my friend in New 
York, who had come to Japan to study in my high school for one year as an 
AFS exchange student from 1 975-76. During my conversation with him, I think I 
realized I was in America for the first time. 

A little more than half a year had passed, and as I prepared for mid-terms it 
was very interesting to read through my notes. At first,! couldn't take notes 
myself and tried to copy the notes of someone sitting next to me. It was success- 
ful enough in some subjects but in my AP English class I can remember clearly, 
that I had a very hard time because any two students would be writing down 
different things. So, naturally the first several pages of my notes of the class 
hardly make any sense at all. I felt very bad about it and was always afraid Mr. 
MacDonald would kick me out of class. It has always been my favorite class 
though I couldn't understand half of it at first. I tried very hard to catch up in all 
the classes. I read all books and did all assignments and essays. The peak of 
my tension caused by my poor English came about two weeks after the first day 
of school. I felt that I was doing too poorly and because of it, all the teachers 
didn't want me in their classes. One of those days, Mr. MacDonald, as a joke told the class I had done an essay which had nothing to do with 
the class and wanted to see me after the period. I took this very seriously, and fell in the depth of despair: "I will be kicked out of his class! I 
will be kicked out of the school!" It was scarey because I loved all my classes so much. When I was waiting for him after the class in the 
English Resource Center which is one of my favorite places in the United States, I was ready for the tragic moment. He walked toward me in a 
hurry and sat down. Pointing at my essay on the table, he said, "Etoh, your essay is all right, but you did a wrong thing . . ." And he 
explained to me the difference between "structure" and "function" not only with patience but with warm kindness. When he left after five 
minutes, I said to myself, "Well I can rewrite the essay and stay in the class. It's great. But I don't want to do the same thing ever again." 
Through this event, I learned that I didn't need to be afraid of being kicked out, and I began to ask questions until I was satisfied. I realized 
that all the students and teachers wanted me in their classes no matter how poor my English might be. By my eighteenth birthday, October 
the sixteenth, I had become almost used to everything including school work with the help of friends and teachers. So, it made me laugh and 
be happy to look over my notes for mid-terms because it reminded me of many funny things that I had done in those six months. It also 
showed me the progress of my English. 




But the most important thing I have gained here is not the ability to use English, but to gain fantastic friends and to. meet teachers of life. 
All the people around me have always been so kind and helpful. I was surprised and moved deeply when I found these people helped me 
not because they expected something from me, but simply because they wanted me to be happy and my happiness made them happy at the 
same time. This has made me decide to do something for world peace in the future because I want to share this marvelous experience filled 
with love with all the people in the world. 

Thank you very much for all you have done for me. I will be proud to be a Quincy High School graduate along with my great friends. I 
hope we will see each other somewhere in the world after our graduation. 

Love and Peace, 

Madoka Etoh 



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IN MEMORIAM 



Laura Nourse 
1958-1976 



At the rising of the sun and at its going down 

We Remember Her 
At the blowing of the wind and the chill of the winter 

We Remember Her 
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We Remember Her 
At the blueness of the skies and in the warmth of summer 

We Remember Her 
At the rustling of the leaves and in the beauty of autumn 

We Remember Her 
At the beginning of the year and when it ends 

We Remember Her 

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THE MEMORIES YOU'VE LEFT BEHIND 

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be remembered by the students of 
Quincy High Voc-Tech? The answer is 
easily found on this and the following 
page: The Blizzard of '77. 

Why were there an unusually large 
number of broken arms and legs at the 
beginning of the New Year? Pin the 
blame on massive sheets of glazed ice 
on the roads and walkways. 

Why were hundreds of arms and 
backs tired and aching? Answer this 
question with another one: When two 
feet of snow has fallen, where do you 
put it? 

What was the sweetest sound at 
7:00 AM on WJDA radio? 

"No school, all schools, in Quincy." 




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AIN'T YOU HEARD OF MY SCHOOL 

IT'S NUMBER ONE IN THE STATE 

SO BE TRUE TO YOUR SCHOOL NOW 

JUST LIKE YOU WOULD TO YOUR GIRL 

OR GUY 

BE TRUE TO YOUR SCHOOL NOW 

AND LET YOUR COLORS FLY. 

BE TRUE TO YOUR SCHOOL. . . 

I GOT A LETTERMEN SWEATER 

WITH A LETTER ON FRONT 

I GOT FOR FOOTBALL AND TRACK 

I'M PROUD TO WEAR THEM NOW 

WHEN I CRUISE AROUND THE OTHER 

PARTS OF THE TOWN 

I GOT A DECAL IN BACK 

SO BE TRUE TO YOUR SCHOOL NOW 

JUST LIKE YOU WOULD TO YOUR GIRL 

OR GUY 

BE TRUE TO SCHOOL NOW 

AND LET YOUR COLORS FLY 

BE TRUE TO YOUR SCHOOL . . . 

ON FRIDAY WE'LL BE JACKED UP ON 

THE FOOTBALL GAME 

AND WE'LL BE READY TO FIGHT 

WE'RE GONNA SMASH NOW 

MY GIRL SHE'LL BE WORKING ON HER 

POM POMS NOW 

AND SHE'LL BE YELLIN TONIGHT 

SO BE TRUE TO YOUR SCHOOL NOW 

JUST LIKE YOU WERE TO YOUR GIRL OR 

GUY 

BE TRUE TO YOUR SCHOOL NOW 

AND LET YOUR COLORS FLY 

BE TRUE TO YOUR SCHOOL. . . 






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PAGE AND STAGE 






Page and Stage, under the direction of 
Mr. Frank Moffett, was more active this 
year than they have been in the past. 
Members of the club helped decorate and 
participate in the Ruth Gordon Festival, 
prepared and presented a puppet show to 
benefit the South Shore Civic League, and 
performed a pantomine festival for chil- 
dren at the Merrymount Elementary 
School. A haunted house was set up at the 
South Shore Plaza and the proceeds went 
to charity. 

In December, Page and Stage put on 
their first play of the year entitled "Pat- 
terns." "One Flew Over a Cuckoo's Nest" 
by Ken Kesey was also performed by the 
club. The Quincy High Vo-Tech Drama 
Club entered a State Drama Competition 
sometime in March. 

Special thanks is given to Mr. Stephen 
Weeks who advised the club during Mr. 
Moffett's absence. 



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BLUE MACS 



Along with the enthusiasm of their advi- 
sor, Mr. Charles McLaughlin, the members 
of the Blue Macs sponsored and partici- 
pated in a number of activities which not 
only benefited Quincy High Vo-Tech but 
the community as well. Among them were, 
a school dance featuring "Spur," a trip to 
the circus, the donation of a Thanksgiving 
basket to a needy family, and cake sales 
to raise money for scholarships which will 
be presented to deserving students. In 
addition, they planned a Christmas party 
for the senior citizens at Pagnano Towers 
Apartment Complex, a trip to see the Bos- 
ton Pops Christmas Party, served at two 
college fairs, and the retirement party for 
Mrs. Dorothy Willis. To cheer up the tired 
Christmas shoppers, members of the Blue 
Macs passed out free coffee in Quincy 
Square. 




ROW 1: J. Fantucchio, B. Arey, E. Hennessey, L. Prince, S. Peter, D. Salvatore, V.P./Treas., K. Storck, Pres., L. 
Salvaggic, K. Pearsons, D. Faggiano, A. Peruzzi, S. Buttomer. ROW 2: A. Nicastro, V. Roman, L. Walter, R. Fabri- 
zio, M. Whalen, G. Appoloni, L. Salvaggio, L. Ferazzi, D. Driscoll, R. Starck, M. Murphy, M. Bredin, J. Mallett, C. 
Salvatore. MISSING: L. Gold, Sec, Mr. Charles McLaughlin, Advisor. 



AFS 




The American Field Service is a collec- 
tion of students around the world who aid 
in the sending of students to foreign coun- 
tries and different states for a period of 
time. The purpose of the club is to provide 
an educational change for teenagers for 
love, friendship, and understanding. This 
year, under the direction of Miss Joyce 
Wolk, the AFS club planned an exchange 
program with another high school in the 
U.S. To combat the cost of traveling, they 
have organized many fund raising activi- 
ties ranging from homeroom penny collec- 
tions, bake sales, selling carnations, and 
selling balloons. 



ROW 1 1 C. Robinson, Co. Vice., L. LaFerla, Pres., Miss Joyce Wolk, Advisor, M. Etoh, A. Johnson, Co. Vice. ROW 
2: E. Rubin, Sec, L. Jacobs, Treas., C. Loughlin, R. MacDonald, D. O'Kane, C. Gotlieb. 



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FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB 



Under the supervision of Mrs. Robin 
Murphy and Miss Kathryn Hagenbach, the 
Foreign Language Club attempts to bring 
to its members a greater appreciation and 
understanding of other world customs. 
During the past year they have arranged a 
disco dance, cake sales, and sold bumper 
stickers and pins written in foreign lan- 
guages. The proceeds from these activities 
were put into a fund for a trip to Quebec. 
They have also attended a French and 
Spanish concert both of which added to 
their knowledge of foreign cultures. The 
club gave a warm reception to the visiting 
amity aides and hoped that this welcome 
made them feel at home in the United 
States. 




ROW 1 : I. Grossi, J. Fantucchio, J. Siddens, M. Whalen, Sec, S. Coleman, Pres., Mrs. Robin Murphy, Adv., J. 
Palmer, V.P., T. O'Brien, Treas., L. MacDonald, Ms. Pamela Roberts, J. Lotti. ROW 2: M. Ritchie, M. Hogan, J. 
Dexter, J. Eleuteri, M. Sullivan, R. Berman, P. Weinberger, S. Kerman, L. Albert, E. Vallier, K. Albrand, E. Thibo- 
deau, G. Johnson, K. Albrand, S. Parsloe, C. Rubin, K. Walsh, W. Isaacson, G. McKeon, B. Federico, L. Passalac- 
qua. 



LATIN CLUB 




This year the Latin Club was more active 
than ever. The year began with the elec- 
tion of officers and the initiation of new 
members. The club has had regular meet- 
ings including a Saturnalia party, a Clas- 
sics Day at Tufts University, the State Jr. 
Classical League Convention, the yearly 
Roman Banquet, and the yearly cookout. 
Their advisor this year was Mrs. Nancy 
Christian. She was a great inspiration and 
leader. The club also wishes to thank Mrs. 
Katherine Myatt. She helped the club dur- 
ing the absence of Mrs. Christian. 



OFFICERS: C. Palmer, Pres., M. Hogan, V.P., M. Delvco, Treas., S. Chioccio, Sec. 



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FUTURE NURSES 



The Future Nurses Club sponsored by 
Mrs. Grace Toy, aids in preparing its mem- 
bers for a career in nursing. The girls took 
part this year in field trips to nursing 
homes and hospitals. By so doing, they 
gained knowledge and insight about their 
future profession. 




ROW 1 : K. Regan, Mrs. Grace Toy R.N., Advisor, M. Carroll, S. Donahue. ROW 2: C. McElman, M. Doran, D. 
Jensen, T. Cullen, J. Davenport, M. Whalen, K. Vo-Dung, C. Polom, D. Reardon. 



CHESS CLUB 




The Chess Club of the "76-77" season 
has been advised by our principal, Lloyd 
Creighton. Through their meets with such 
schools as Braintree and Milton Academy 
they have continually exhibited their excel- 
lent ability in the game of chess. 



J. Keane, R. Riggs, Mr. Lloyd Creighton, Advisor, E. McDonagh, J. Connell 



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DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 



The Supply Hut is managed by the stu- 
dents who take the Distributive Education 
class with Mr. Harry Carter. This provided 
an excellent opportunity for the students 
to be trained in marketing, sales, and 
advertising. Running our bookstore, 
teaches the students the how and why of 
the business world. 




ROW 1 : E. Callahan, D. Tantillo, D. Stuart, T. Carpenito, Mr. Harry Carter, Advisor. ROW 2: C. Smith, Manager, J. 
Last, S. Drohan, J. Roman. 



MATH TEAM 




The Math Team is designed for students 
who are adept at mathematical skills. In 
their meets against other high schools in 
the area, the team worked on complex 
math problems which took a great deal of 
time and effort to solve. 



ROW 1 : E. Vallier, Treas., Mr. Thomas Walsh, Advisor, P. Weinburger, Pres. ROW 2: R. Nord, J. Connell, R. Ber- 
man, J. Siddens, K. Albrand. 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



The National Honor Society is com- 
prised of students who have a high aca- 
demic standing as well as substantial 
involvement in extracurricular activities. 
The members were chosen on the basis of 
their fine merit in the areas of scholarship, 
character, leadership and service. This 
year they sponsored the dedication of the 
Ella Wilcox Williams Museum located in 
Q.H.S., organized and prepared an orien- 
tation for sophomores whom they hope 
will one day be eligible for membership, 
and arranged the induction which initiated 
new members into the National Honor 
Society. 




ROW 1 : D. Ezickson, V.P., Mr. Daniel Lutts, Adv., P. Ladas, Pres., M. Nichols, Treas. ROW 2: E. Braveman, D. 
D'Olimpio, P. Fontaine, G. Appoloni, M. Whalen, W. Gardiner, J. LaHive, T. Cahill, M. Baker, K. Toomey, R. Fabri- 
zio, E. Rubin, V. Roman. MISSING: J. Golub, Sec. 



DEBATING TEAM 




This year the Debating Team's topic 
involved the Penal System now in effect in 
the U.S. and whether or not there is a need 
for reform. Being a member of the team 
requires a great deal of time and effort 
due to the fact that both the negative and 
affirmative side of the question must be 
researched. The debaters must have the 
ability to think logically, quickly, clearly, 
use evidence to back up their points and 
give two speeches during the debate with- 
out the use of previously prepared notes. 



D. Milgram, D. Jones, Mr. Sean Mulready, Advisor, B. London, S. Rudnick 



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SKI CLUB 



This year the Quincy High School, Voc- 
Tech Ski Club encouraged all students who 
were interested in skiing to take part in 
their trips to Pat's Peak in Henniker, New 
Hampshire. Mrs. Carol Lane supervised 
and arranged these trips which lasted from 
6:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Transportation for 
these trips were provided by the Quincy 
School System. 




ROW 1 : E. Braveman, D. Salvatore, Treas., Mrs. Carol Lane, Advisor, J. Harrison, Pres., P. Palmer, K. Starck. ROW 
2: C. Goulard, S. Gillis, P. Tappan, K. McPhee. ROW 3: M. Hogan, A. McClelland, P. Bacon, G. Appoloni, R. 
Norton, P. Cahill, B. Higgins, R. Starck, M. Whalen, L. Salvaggio, L. Salvaggio. 



PROM COMMITTEE 




This year's Prom Committee worked 
very hard under the supervision of Mr. 
Gene Macomber to plan a successful 
prom. When the final arrangements were 
made they began to sell the tickets for the 
prom to be held at the Sheraton Tara 
Hotel in Boston on May 27 from 8:00 P.M. 
to 2:00 A.M. It was the committee's wish 
that it be a memorable evening for all who 
attended. 



ROW 1 : L. Salvaggio, M. Pickering, R. Fabrizio, P. Macchi, J. Milani, Mr. Gene Macomber, Adv., D. Salvatore, D. 
Calapa, L. Gilbody, C. Machado. ROW 2: P. Baldasini, M. Lilly, R. Pettinelli, B. MacDonald, B. Johnson, F. Hassan, 
P. Tappan, B. Pagnani, M. Boyle, J. Marcel. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 



Student Council is comprised of con- 
cerned students who are interested in stu- 
dent government and student issues. They 
got the year off to a successful start with 
t,he first dance of the year featuring 
"Minus One." To celebrate Christmas the 
members of the Student Council took pic- 
tures of students with Santa Claus. The 
Valentine's Day celebration, "The Valen- 
tine Express" under the direction of their 
advisor, Mr. Fortin, was another event 
which was enjoyed by all who took part in 
it. 




ROW 1 : P. Maddalena, W. Isacson, C. Kirshnit, L. Salvaggio, E. Michalak, Mr. Ronald Fortin, Advisor, E. Brave- 
man, Mr. Melvin Simms, Advisor, R. Fabrizio, B. Higgins, M. Whalen, D. D'Olimpio, R. MacDonald, A. Galante. 
ROW 2: D. Leary, J. Flynn, R. Pickering, R. DiPietro, L. Powers, P. Weinberger, B. MacDonald, S. Kerman, D. Mil- 
gram, L. Gilbody, R. Goldberg, K. Engelke, G. Appoloni, G. Johnson, K. Grant, R. McKinnon, P. Baldasini, J. 
Weyres, D. Ezickson, B. Johnson, M. Finnigan, D. Maze, F. Hassan. 



STUDENT UNION 




The Student Union is a combination of 
Quincy High Voc-Tech students who are 
concerned with school issues. The mem- 
bers meet with the school committee and 
discuss all problems concerning Quincy 
High. This enables the student body to 
have a voice in the making of decisions 
and establishes a rapport between the 
school officials and students. 



ROW 1 : D. Milgram, R. Goldberg, D. D'Olimpio. ROW 2: K. Grant, E. Braveman. 



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FLUTES 

Lisa Bloom 
Ellen Caramanica 
Valerie Collins 
Kathe Engelke 
Theresa Ferris 
Sandra Jack 
Karen Keefe 
Theresa Kodgis 
Cindy Leaman 
Mary McArdle 
Melissa McCauley 
Janet McDonough 
Diane Mullen 
Judy Norton 
Gina Volandre 

CLARINETS 

Carol Aramian 
Jeff Burnham 
Carol Caramanica 
John Connolly 
Jean Milne 
Marie Nichols 
Denise Quintiliani 
Steven Rudnick 
Jeanne Schuerch 
John Warner 
Phil Weinberger 



SAXOPHONES 

Scott Almquist 
Leslie Bishop 
Peggy Burchill 
John Connolly 
Maryann Cucinatta 
Jeff Lawlor 
Larry Robertson 
Peter Ricciardi 
Katie Sullivan 
Ann Marie Thurston 
Susan Tornberg 
Wade Warner 
David Rhode 

TRUMPETS 

David Carbonneau 
Jean Connolly 
Glen DiBona 
Robert Duncan 
Jeff Elofson 
Joanne Gallahue 
Chris Goulart 
Cindy Harnais 
Mark Hickey 
Paul Ladas 
Joe McHugo 
David Preston 
Larry Rudnick 
Paul Vallatini 
Matt Warner 



MELLOPHONES 

Karen Albrand 
Kathy Barrett 
Robert Harnais 
Alan Johnson 

TROMBONES 

Lisa Costella 
Glenn Endes 
Paul Reed 
Ed Regan 
Ralph Rosen 
Michael Sullivan 

BARITONES 

Kurt Albrand 
Leo Bottary 
Scott Campbell 
Mike Connolly 
Alan Mallock 
Kathy Norton 
Mark Pierce 

BASSES 

Chuck Palmer 
Victor Ricciardi 



DRUMS 

Peter Breen 
Margot Callahan 
Mike Donovan 
Tim Flaherty 
Adam Holmes 
David Leone 
Peter Leone 
Rich MacDonald 
Ed McDonagh 
Karen McGhee 
Kevin McKinnon 
Valerie Pierce 
Danny Prescott 
Donna Reed 
Debbie Ricciardi 
Gerry Shea 
Kathy Toomey 
Danny Walsh 

COLOR GUARD AND 
RIFLES 

Brenda Allan 
Dottie Aronoff 
Marlene Benson 
Terry Bergstrom 
Patty Cannon 
Jayne Collins 
Irene Finlay 
Maureen Gallahue 
Lisa Gold 
Mae Marshall 
Janine Mudge 
Trisha Mullen 
Diane Nichols 
Judy Norton 



COLOR GUARD AND 
RIFLES (cont.) 

Diane O'Kane 
Lisa Penzo 
Tara Prince 
Sharon Robertson 
Kathy Shaheen 
Janice Siddens 
Emily Simpson 
Susan Smith 
June Spano 
Nancy Younie 
Marie Driscoll 

MAJORETTES 

Karen Arsenault 
Michelle Durant 
Sandy O'Connor 
Cindy Urbanus 



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Each of the members of the Quincy High School Band and Color 
Guard deserve to be highly praised and commended for their fine 
work during the 1 976-77 school year. 

For each activity that the band is involved with many long and 
hard hours are spent in preparation. The band loyally attended 
each of the football games this year where they performed a half- 
time show that was outstanding. 

Added to the list of honors that the band has received since they 
have been under the direction of Mr. Mike Cahill, was a first place 
standing in the Christmas Parade State Competition, and a second 
place standing in the Half-Time State Competition in Lowell. They 
have been further honored this year by being asked to present 
eighty birthday cakes at the birthday party of the famous actress, 
Miss Ruth Gordon, and were in the running to play at the Inaugural 
Day Parade. 

This spring the band also performed at the Memorial Day 
Parade and the Bunker Hill Day Parade competition. 



March down the field to the music, 

QUINCY is up for victory! 
Up with the blue and white banners, 

Cheer for our team triumphantly! 
Rah, Rah, Rah! 
Fight for the honor of QUINCY! 

Here's where our hopes and glories lie. 
So we'll play, play, play at the game today, 

And we'll cheer for QUINCY HIGH! 



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QCLUB 



The Quincy High Voc-Tech sports teams 
were very fortunate to have an enthusias- 
tic organization such as the Q-Club to sup- 
port and cheer them on at their games dur- 
ing the 1976-77 athletic season. In addi- 
tion to assisting the cheerleaders and 
encouraging the players at the games, 
they sparked more school spirit by pres- 
enting an entertaining program at the 
Thanksgiving Rally, and selling buttons. Q- 
Club members further entertained the 
spectators by dressing up as the school 
mascot. These activities would not have 
been possible without the cooperation and 
support of the advisors, Mrs. Barbara 
DeLuca, and Miss Sandra DeVencentis. 




ORCHESTRA 




ROW 1 : G. Engleman, L. Bloom, K. Engelke, L. Jacobs, N. Calderoni, K. Sullivan. ROW 2: K. Bishop, C. 
Palmer, K. Albrand, G. DiBona, D. Leone, B. Riggs, Mr. Paul Sullivan — advisor. ROW 3: E. McDonagh, A. 
Johnson, J. Connolly. 



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VICA 



VICA is the Vocational Industrial 
Clubs of America which is entirely 
for vocational students. This year 
Quincy VICA planned for state com- 
petitions and competed in trade 
areas as well as in leadership skills. 
VICA also sold candy to help pay 
for the equipment used for the com- 
petitions and also ran the snack bar 
at night for the evening classes. 

VICA is an experience in building 
confidence in trade of which all 
members are proud. 




CHEERLEADERS 




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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 



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ROW 1 : C. Machado, Head. ROW 2: D. Madden, M. Molloy, P. Romig, L. Gilbody, J. Marcel, C. Derbes, B. Connolly. ROW 3: 
D. Quintiliani, D. DeCesare, M. Shattuck. MISSING: S. Smyth, Co-Head. 






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GUIDANCE AIDES 



These aides are a great asset to the 
guidance counselors. They benefit them by 
running errands and doing odd jobs. This 
allows for more time to be spent in helping 
students rather than on paper work. 




ROW 1 : J. Rugg, B. Tocchio, Mr. Richard Pessin, Adv., S. Urquhart. ROW 2: K. Starck, B. Gardner, D. Burden, D. 
Salvatore. 



LIBRARY AIDES 




This is a group of students who are will- 
ing to donate their free time to work in the 
William Bradford Library. They assist the 
librarians by returning books and maga- 
zines to their proper shelves, organizing 
passes, and delivering them to their 
respective study rooms. They also retrieve 
stray books which have been left on tables 
and straighten the library for the next day. 



Ms. Pamela Roberts, Adv., L. Farnsworth, T. Pizzi, P. Preston, L. Olson 



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ROTC 




ROW 1 : Sergeant Norm Mencarini, Lt. Col. K. Coull, D. Nicholson, D. Farmer, J. Svizzero, C. Delgreco, T. Roche, L. 
Schumacher, B. Cataldo, J. Clarke, R. Paul, J. Lyons, L. Widdison, Lt. Col. Art Allen. ROW 2: J. Watkins, B. Parsloe, J. 
Cunningham, D. Piroli, R. D'Angelo, B. Barnes, F. Mahony, R. Taylor, F. Lapierre, K. Downing. ROW 3: P. Davis, J. 
Carloni, M. McCourt, D. Haddix, B. Donovan, G. Wine, K. Saltmarsh, R. Bray, R. Medicke, Commander J. Weyres. 
ROW 4: W. Elsmore, A. Moroz, R. Piscatelli, D. Higgins, J. Chernicki, M. McCormack, D. Quirk, P. Murphy, K. Mens- 
hall, P. Younie. ROW 5: F. Norton, S. Wood, R. Sale, A. Kingsberry, P. Barry, M. Delamano, G. Mahon, T. Doherty. 



CONCERT CHOIR 




The Choir had a very active year. They 
performed Ron Nelson's "The Christmas 
Story," a beautifully narrated musical ver- 
sion of the Bible's Christmas Story. They 
also performed Christmas programs at the 
Quincy Women's Club and at Quincy High 
School. They participated in the District 
and the New England Music Festivals. 
They performed with the Quincy Sym- 
phony Orchestra and took part in an 
exchange program with Newton. The 
Choir wishes to thank Mrs. Gale Harrison 
for her hard work that made these con- 
certs possible. 



ROW 1 : M. Hogan, M. McCauley, J. Arthur, L. MacDonald, Mrs. Gale Harrison, Advisor, P. Burchill, M. Barr, K. 
Carlile, K. Bishop. ROW 2: K. Albrand, S. Kerman, L. Penzo, K. Toomey, J. Gallahue, T. Mullen, A. Nigro, S. 
DiTullio, T. Coletta, D. Irvine, J. Siddens, S. Donahue, E. Vallier. ROW 3: V. Connolly, K. MacDonald, S. O'Sulli- 
van, G. Engelman, M. Warner, V. Ricciardi, E. Allen, D. Carbonneau, J. Mudge, L. Burke. 



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YEARBOOK STAFF 




ROW 1 : M. Hall, C. Hanson, P. Hastings, D. Salvatore, J. Fantucchio, M. Hogan, K. Starck, L. Prince, C. DelGreco. ROW 2: C. Rubin, D. D'Olimpio, J. Malvesti, G. Appoloni, P. 
Bacon, I. Grossi, R. Fabrizio, L. Salvaggio, E. Hennessey, P. Fontaine, J. Chambers, M. Bredin, M. Murphy, D. Faggiano, A. Peruzzi, M. Whalen, D. Brill. 




All we can say is that we tried our hard- 
est. Classes became second rate to bring 
you your yearbook. Many of you may 
complain about what you see in this year- 
book. If you have any doubts as to any- 
thing in this book, ask those who had per- 
fectly good intentions but were unable to 
work on the yearbook. Earnestly we give 
you this book to enjoy what it holds, not to 
bicker on what it hasn't. 



THE CO-EDITORS OF YEARBOOK 1 977: Dora Salvatore, Mary Hogan and Joyce Fantucchio. 



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FOOTBALL TEAM 





Quincy High-Voc Tech's football team had only a fair sea- 
son this year. The team compiled a 4-6 record. Offensively 
the team was superb led by Mark Buchanan who was the 
leading scorer in Division 1 . Mark was helped along with the 
offensive chores by Lenny Picot a junior fullback. Outstand- 
ing seniors were Wayne Gardiner at guard, Paul Vallatini ai 
right guard, and Mike Farrell a favorite pass receiver of Den- 
nis Walter — quarterback. The offense was hindered by the 
early losses of two players who could have supplied a potent 
offense attack. The players' talents that were missed were 
Wayne French and Mark Giordani. 

Defensively the team was led by Pat Gibbons the captain 
and a three year veteran of the team. Defensive end Sal Cos- 
cia and linebackers Larry Calley and Bob Pettinelli also car- 
ried the defensive chores. 



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BASKETBALL 




1 st ROW: J. Faulkner, K. Ames, M. Cortes, M. Finnegan, J. Connolly, J. Amorsino Jr. 2nd ROW: Asst. Coach Mike Saniok, 
B. Praetsch, P. Amorsino, E. Daley, M. Kennedy, M. Lamie, E. Callahan, J. Uhlar, D. Casey, R. Kvam, D. Walter, L. Morri- 
son, J. DiVello, Coach Joe Amorsino. 




The QHS-QVTS basketball team con- 
tinued to shine this season under the 
talented coaching of Head Coach Joe 
Amorsino and Assistant Coach Mike 
Saniuk. The team stressed togetherness 
in their style of play, and had no one 
bright star, but many stars. 

Jack Uhlar led scoring on the team. 
His credits included being a Patriot 
Ledger All Scholastic Player, being cho- 
sen on the first team All Star in Subur- 
ban League and holding the QHS- 
QVTS record for most points scored in 
one game. 

Ed Daley was regarded as the quick- 
est guard in QHS-QVTS history, and as 
the # 1 defensive guard in the Subur- 
ban League. 

Mike Lamie is in the top 3 for scoring 
in the Suburban League. Lyle Morrison, 
Mike Kennedy, Ed Callahan, Roger 
Kvam, and Dennis Walter were cited by 
Coach Amorsino as being quite impor- 
tant to the team effort. Each one suc- 
cessfully contributing to the many victo- 
ries. 



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GIRLS BASKETBALL 




1 st ROW: C. Lynch, P. Thorley, L. Malvesti. 2nd ROW: S. Whittemore, P. Constas, C. Oliverio, D. Russo, L. Powers, 
K. Flaherty, M. McCarthy, J. Russo. 






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GIRLS VOLLEYBALL 





1 st ROW: K. Flaherty, J. Russo. 2nd ROW: C. Lynch, N. Martson, L. Malvesti, C. Oliverio. 





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1 st ROW: T. McPhillips, C. Anderson, D. Morrissey. 2nd ROW: P. Moloney, D. Lyons, P. Cannon, D. Russo, K. Murphy. 





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WINTER TRACK 




1st ROW: D. Jones, M. Nourse, E. Allen, R. Alongi, P. Ladas. 2nd ROW: R. Mackinnon, J. Seville, K. Murphy, T. LaBleu, R. Gilbody, J. Oriola, S. Kane, J. 
Luke, J. Foley, Coach J. Laverty. 



CROSS COUNTRY 




1 st ROW: P. Ladas, D. Jones, J. Foley. 2nd ROW: S. Kane, K. Murphy, J. Seville, J. Luke, E. Allen. 



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This has been the first year the team has been coached by John Laverty. 
During the 76-77 track season he has worked extremely hard in order to 
revitalize the ailing winter track program at Quincy High. Working without 
proper facilities, Coach Laverty still managed to improve on last year's dis- 
mal 1-8 record by posting wins over Brookline and Cambridge Latin. The 
team members sold buttons, proclaiming "WE'RE BACK ON TRACK" to 
raise money for a banquet and jackets. Top scorers this season included, 
Mark Buchanan (High Jump, 50), John Saville (2 Mile), Jim Oriola (300), 
Donald Jones (Mile), and Paul Ladas (1000). 





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WRESTLING 




1st ROW: D. Madden, M. Shea, W. Steen, S. Pagnani, J. Moran, J. Shea, P. Marino, L. Rizzo, M. Aristide. 2nd ROW: R. Crowe, J. MacDonald, J. Mullarky, G. 
Oriola, T. Cahill, W. Gardiner, A. Akory, S. Venturelli, J. Vespaziani. 3rd ROW: S. Notarangelo, K. MacCarthy, C. Shea, T. Bamberry, E. Towers, L. Venturelli, 
A. Luongo, M. Romano, J. Bonome, Asst. Coach — Joe Streadwick. 4th ROW: Coach Carmen Mariano, E. Graham, D. Thibeault, J. Golub, L. Picot, C. 






The Quincy High-Voc Tech Wrestling Team, in its third year of existence, finished with an excellent record of 21-1 this year. The season 
was filled with many high points including wins over Brockton, Dedham, and North Quincy. A great wave of disappointment followed the 20- 
1 8 loss to Waltham. The team prided itself on its will to win and desire to improve as evidenced by the improvement from the first year record 
of 2-9. The seniors on this year's team started wrestling with Coach Mariano three years ago and built the program up to the point where 
Quincy High was one of the powers in Massachusetts wrestling. They have left behind an established, exciting sport with great prospects for 
the future. 



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HOCKEY TEAM 




1st ROW: J. Deitsch, D. Bary, M. Giordani, J. Buchan, J. Cavanagh, M. Ricciardi, M. Gallizia, P. Bamberry. 2nd ROW: Coach Bob Sylvia, 
P. Clifford, M. Furry, J. Norton, T. Cahill, B. Jolly, J. Campbell, R. Malloy, C. Erickson, B. Deitsch, J. Rizzi, Asst. Coach Jack Crowley. 3rd 
ROW: Tim, M. Vantassie, R. Ahola. 




This year the hockey team had an up and down season. 
Coach Sylvia was quoted as saying "there were as many ups 
as downs." Some of the high points of the season were the 
victories over North Quincy, the tie against Weymouth 
South, and the victory over Weymouth North. Some of the 
low points were the two losses to Brookline and Cambridge 
Latin. All and all it was a winning season with the total num- 
ber of wins outnumbering the losses. Quincy High Vo-Tech is 
proud to say that Tommy Cahill, the leading scorer in the 
Suburban League, is a member of the team. The co-captains 
this year were Jim Buchan (sr.) and Mark Giordani (jr.). 
Coach Sylvia said that most of the players this year were 
new and they will be back next year with added experience. 
So, look for a winning team in the coming year. 



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1st ROW: B. Donovan, D. Notarangelo, G. Duplane, E. Fenby co-captain, J. LaHive co-captain, V. LaRosa. 2nd 
ROW: E. Regan, P. Palmer, B. Almquist, S. Lindsey, J. Connolly, S. Jankins, B. Mahoney, D. Keene, E. Murphy 
coach, M. Doran manager. 3rd ROW: M. Ducey, K. Turner, A. Johnson, D. Haskins, P. Sullivan, N. Flaherty. 




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The Quincy-Voc Tech swimming team has seen a tre- 
mendous improvement since the sport began one year 
ago. It has continuously climbed up from the bottom posi- 
tion since last year. 

One of the most amazing swimmers this season was 
senior Jim LaHive. He previously considered swimming 
only a hobby, however, his outstanding performance has 
increased his interest in the sport. In the diving competi- 
tions another senior has proved to be very valuable. Paul 
Palmer is considered to have been one of Quincy's best 
divers during the 76-77 season. 





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Under the direction of Coach Elaine 
Murphy the girls swimming team also 
improved a great deal this year. Four sen- 
iors, Sheila Burke, Valerie Collins, Jane 
Morrison, and Jean Milne were the co-cap- 
tains. Among the outstanding competitors 
during the 76-77 season were Sheila 
Burke and Susan Murphy. Jean Milne 
could be considered the player that has 
shown the greatest improvement. She 
began at first as a non-competitive swim- 
mer but worked very hard and was able to 
compete in every event. Although the sea- 
son was not a tremendous success, in their 
final meet against Blue Hills Regional they 
came in first in every event. 



1st ROW: J. Morrison, J. Milne, V. Collins, Coach Elaine Murphy. 2nd ROW: S. Chiochio, M. Duran, L. 
Peterson, L. Davis, L. Burke. 3rd ROW: S. Tautavisis, C. Morrison, V. Morrison. 




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SOCCER TEAM 



1st ROW: L. Avitable, R. DiCesare, J. Zimmerman, P. 
Martin, V. Malackie, M. Kennedy, J. Golub, E. 
Regan, S. Ayer, M. LaFleur, M. Cotter. ROW 2: 
Coach J. McGuire, J. DiCesare, E. Campbell, E. Gig- 
lio, P. Carderelli, S. Parslow, J. Donovan, B. Praetsch, 
J. Chilinski, M. Kelly, D. Dibona, J. Divello, G. Wil- 
cox, P. DiCenzo, B. Norton, J. Harrison, R. Nord, 
Asst. Coach M. Percella. 





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This year was the first year the soccer team was 
coached by James McGuire. With only five returning var- 
sity players the prospect for a victorious season seemed 
doubtful. However, good play and extra hustle from the 
players made up for the lack of experience and provided 
an exciting season. Seniors on the varsity team included 
Jeff Harrison, Ed Campbell, Mike Kelly, Mike DelVecchio, 
and co-captains Mike Kennedy and Jon Golub. 




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BOYS GYMNASTICS 




1 st ROW: R. Brodeur, T. DelGreco, A. Davis, B. Shermahon. 2nd ROW: Mike Piscilla, J. Dunlea, P. Younie, T. McMahon, L. Carvello, Coach Wayne DeSchamp. 







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GIRLS GYMNASTICS 




1 st ROW: Gretha Ruark — Coach, K. Powers, E. DiVello, J. Higgins, B. Johnson, S. Caparrel, L. Falco, Cassia Gongolas — Asst. Coach. 2nd ROW: T. Pizzi, C. Kussman, S. 
Burke — Captain, M. Valaka — Co-Captain, M. Murray, D. Brodeur. 







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PATRONS 



Joanne Gallahue 

Miss Janice Leahy 

Miss Joyce Wolk 

Mr. and Mrs. S. N. DellaBarba 

Mr. and Mrs. Isador Gold 

Nancy Coste 

Mrs. Robin Murphy 

The Collins Family 

Marian Squatrito 

Miss Hagenbach 

Anonymous 

The Saniuk Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles MacLaughlin 

Charlie and Phil 

Dana Neitlich 

Congratulations Seniors of 1977 

Miss Suzanne McGowan 

Michele Whalen 

Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Fabrizio 

Mr. and Mrs. George Walter 

Mr. and Mrs. William DeKarski 

GoJo and Billy Wright 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Fahey 

Mr. Patrick J. Lydon 

Compliments of a Friend 

Ralph J. Papile 

Jim Fahey 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cross Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Calcaynx 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Solomon 

Theresa Ann Ford 

Companions of the Forest of America 

Quincy Adams Circle #1614 

Mr. and Mrs. John Jennette and Family 

Ms. Leslie McKenna 

Mrs. Joan M. Chrusciel 

Mr. John W. Chrusciel 

George M. Yezukevich 

Joyce L. Wolk 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert Basiliere 

Theresa and Bobby Brill 

Antonette J. DeAngelis 

Carl S. Rubin 

Mr. and Mrs. Carmine DelGreco and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Americo Palumbo 

Marge Farmer 

Mrs. Frances Johnson and Family 

Kathy, Kelly, and Ronny Dwyer 

Bob DelGreco 

Carmen Cook 

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Miele and Family 

Marianne DelGreco QHS "75" 

Congratulations to the Gang From the Gang 

Congratulations to all Graduating Cadets 

From Col. Allen and Sgt. Mencarini 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul DelGreco 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Daly and Family 
Congratulations From the QHS Art Department 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brill 
Richard Brill 
Joseph DeAngelis 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Jackson and Family 
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Keefe and Family 
Ginger Raddatz 
John Brill 

Mr. Jerry DeAngelis and Family 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and Family 
Debbie Timcoe 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Preble and Family 
Mr. and Mrs. Domenic DeAngelis 
Mr. and Mrs. James Gambino and Family 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Manning and Family 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Browning and Family 
Fran and Michael Magnante 
John Conway 

Best Wishes to the Class of "77" 
The A. Fantucchio Family 



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MISSING: Linda Fitzgerald, Paul Flanders, Brian Flynn, 
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THEME FROM LAVERNE AND SHIRLEY 








We're gonna do it! 

Give any chance we'll take it 

Read us any rule we'll break it 

We're gonna make our dreams come true 

Doing it our way 

Nothing's gonna turn us back now 

Straight ahead and on the track now 

We're gonna make our dreams come true 

And we'll do it our way, yes our way 

Make all our dreams come true, for me and you 

There is nothing we won't try 

Never heard the word impossible 

This time there's no stopping us 

We're gonna make it 

On your mark get set and go now 

Got a dream and we just know now 

We're gonna make those dreams come true 

And we'll do it our way yes our way 

Make all our dreams come true 

And we'll do it our way yes our way 

Make all our dreams come true for me and you 

We're gonna make it! 





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CLASS of 1977 

Scholarships and Awards 




NORTH QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL 
Peter J. Chrisom, Principal 

QUINCY VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL SCHOOL 

Laurence H. Babin, Director 

QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL 
Lloyd M. Creighton, Principal 




VETERANS' MEMORIAL STADIUM 
Quincy, Massachusetts 

Wednesday Evening, June 1, 1977 
6:00 o'clock 



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NORTH QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL -Scholarships 



Michael J. Bornstein 
Michelle Therese Callahan 
Edward M. Carll . . 



Mary Patricia Carney 
Lisa A. Coletta. . . . 



Katherine M. Collins 
Denise A. Connor . 
Jean Marie Cunniff 



Bette J. Cunningham 

Michelle. Marie Demore 
Katherine A. Desmond 



Laureen Frances Baker . . . Quincy Business and Professional Women's Club 

Scholarship 

Monica L. Boldescu Wollaston Women's Club Scholarship 

Michael J. Peatridge Memorial Scholarship 

Kathryn D. Borman North Quincy High School Future Nurses Club Scholarship 

North Quincy High School Music Parents Group - 
Robert H. McEvoy Memorial Scholarship 

• Christian A. Herter Scholarship 

. Tri-Hi-Y Scholarship 

. Long Island University Scholarship 
Quincy Lodge No. 1295 Sons of Italy Scholarship 

. Quincy Junior College Scholarship 

. Quincy Lodge No. 1295 Sons of Italy Scholarship 
Springfield College Scholarship 

. Wollaston Post No. 295 American Legion Scholarship 

. Wollaston Mothers' Club Scholarship 

. North Quincy High School Music Parents Group - Charlie Murphy 
Memorial Scholarship 

. North Quincy High School Future Nurses Club Scholarship 
Tri-Hi-Y Scholarship 

. Tri-Hi-Y Scholarship 

. George F. Bryan Post No. 613 Veterans of Foreign Wars - 
George F. Bryan Memorial Nursing Scholarship 
Frances M. Tassinary Memorial Scholarship 

Catherine J. Devine Saint Edward's University Scholarship 

Brian B. Donaghey Hugh R. Simpson Memorial Scholarship 

Kathleen Donaghey Ralph Willard Memorial Scholarship 

Eileen M. Feeney Squantum Women's Club Scholarship 

Jean Marie Ferreira North Quincy High School Future Nurses Club Scholarship 

James Lawrence Frye .... Quincy Education Association - Munroe MacLean Memorial 

Scholarship 

John M. Flate Quincy Art Association Scholarship 

Joan Marie Galasso Tri-Hi-Y Scholarship 

Eastern Massachusetts Home Economics Association 
Scholarship 

Christopher George Green . . John Messina Memorial Art Scholarship 

Pamela C. Henry Kiwanis Club of Quincy - Edwin S. White Memorial 

Scholarship 

Martin E. Levenson .... Quincy Education Association - Dr. Paul Gossard Memorial 

Scholarship 

Cindy B. Levine North Quincy High School Faculty Scholarship^ 

Barbara Ann Lynch .... North Quincy High School Student Council Scholarship 

Rosemarie Martineau .... North Quincy High School Future Nurses Club Scholarship 

Patricia A. McDonough . . . Tri-Hi-Y Scholarship 

Thomas J. McKillop United States Army R.O.T.C. Scholarship 

Maude M. Howes Scholarship 



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Thomas David Nee 


Squantum Women's Club Scholarship 
Stop and Shop Companies Scholarship 


Kathleen O'Hara 


Montclair Men's Club Scholarship 


Lynn M. O'Toole 


Quincy Elementary School Parents Association Scholarship 


Ingrid Christine Pagliaro . . . 


Quincy Cooperative Bank Scholarship 

Rotary Club of Quincy-John D. McKay Memorial Scholarship 

North Quincy High School Student Council Scholarship 


Celeste Marie Rioux . . . . 


Quincy Savings Bank Music Scholarship 
Maude M. Howes Scholarship 


Dianne Lee Senter 


Grand Chapter of Massachusetts, Order of Eastern Star 
Scholarship 


Ian M. Sheridan 


Maude M. Howes Scholarship 


Elissa D. Shwartz 


Quincy Education Association - Cassandra Thayer Memorial 
Scholarship 


Helen N. Spiropoulos . . . . 


Robert Charles Billings Scholarship 

Rotary Club of Quincy - John D. McKay Memorial Scholarship 


Karen A. Venezia 


North Quincy High School Music Parents Group Scholarship 


Ellen A. Voelkel 


. Quincy Education Association - Penny Petrakos Memorial 
Scholarship 


1 Linda Ruth Walker 


1977 Junior Science and Humanities Symposium - James Morgan 

Scholarship 
Maude M. Howes Scholarship 


James Steven Walter 


North Quincy High School Music Parents Group Scholarship 


Janet M. Welch 


North Quincy High School Future Nurses Club Scholarship 


William P. White 


Clark University Scholarship 
Robert Charles Billings Scholarship 


Laura M. Widdison 


North Quincy High School Future Nurses Club Scholarship 


Suzanne F. Yee 


Boston College Scholarship 

Quincy Education Association - Merle Sawyer Memorial Scholarship 

Tri-Hi-Y Scholarship 


NORTH QUINCY HIGH 


SCHOOL - Additional Scholarships 


Jody Marie Bell 


Commonwealth of Massachusetts Honor Scholarship 




. North Quincy High School Girls Club Scholarship 


Susan Marie Campbell . . . 


. Quincy Educational Secretaries Association Scholarship 


Katherine A. Colby 


Quincy Educational Secretaries Association Scholarship 


Katherine M. Collins . . . 


. Koch Club Scholarship 


Michael Anthony Cruise . . 


. Koch Club Scholarship 


Jean Marie Ferreira 


Montclair Women's Club - Rita Bono Nursing Scholarship 




Tufts University Scholarship 




Suffolk University Scholarship 


Mark Edward Nagle .... 


Hamilton College Scholarship 




Quincy Junior College Scholarship 


Thomas David Nee .... 


Dartmouth College Scholarship 




Grand Chapter of Massachusetts - Order of Eastern Star 
Scholarship 



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Francis M. Shea Duquesne University Scholarship 

Christina A. Sullivan .... Jack Silverstein Scholarship 

NORTH QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL - Awards 

Jane Marie Abban North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Photography 

Michael P. Adams North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Football 

Steven D. Ahearn Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in 

Vocational Education 

Kenn Kalani Akana North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Technical Drawing 

Antoinette Alibrandi .... North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Softball 

John David Andrews .... North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Hockey 

Anna Karin Axelsson .... North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Photography 

John E.. Baldeck North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Football 

Susan Pamela Barry North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Drama 

Stephen A. Bell North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Football 

Nathan M. Belofsky National Merit Letter of Commendation 

Ronald Paul Bereszniewicz . . North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Hockey 

Arthur Bertoni North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Football 

Steven R. Bonoli North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Football 

Kathryn D. Borman .... North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Drama 

Bruce Robert Brennan . . . North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Scientific Photography 

Susan Michele Buckley . . . North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Family Living and in Volunteer Work with Children 

Cynthia A. Burke North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Law and Social Responsibility 

Daniel Butts North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Family Living and in Football 

Paul Lisa Bylaska North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Service to the Spanish Club 

Susan Marie Campbell . . . John Hancock Award for Excellence in Business Education 

North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Environmental Science 
Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in Business 

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Mary Patricia Carney . . . .North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Family Living 
John Hancock Award for Excellence in the Field of Business 

Geoffrey G. Chamberlain . . .North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Drama 
National Merit Letter of Commendation 

Sharon Cobban North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Softball and in Field Hockey 

Katherine A. Colby .... North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Shorthand 

Lisa A. Coletta Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in Social Studies' 

Cheryl R. Colon North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Business Law 

Denise A. Connor North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Career Investigations 

Lorraine M. Conroy North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in German and in Microbiology 
National Merit Letter of Commendation 

Paul Lawrence Corliss .... North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Football 

Karen Elizabeth Costello . . North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in United States in World Affairs, German and in Physics 
Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in German 

Daniel J. Cuddy North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Basketball 
Pamela Ann Cullen North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Office Machines 

Katherine Rose Curtin . . . North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Spanish 

Michelle Marie Demore . . . North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Introduction to Psychology 

Katherine A. Desmond . . . North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in German 

Catherine J. Devine North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Service to the Spanish Club 

Donna Marie DiBella .... North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Typewriting 

Dennis W. Doherty North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Football 

Patriwa Ann Dolan North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Botany 

Brian B. Donaghey North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Football 
Marjorie Jeremy Dow . . . .North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Introduction to Psychology 

Kevin Francis Doyle North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Football 

Pamela Jean Drandorff . . . .North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Introduction to Psychology 

Thomas J. Dyer North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Spanish 



Julie Federico North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Italian, Spanish and in Spanish Tutoring 

Eileen M. Feeney North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in English, Math Analysis and in Marine Bacteriology 

Jean Marie Ferriera .... North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Dietetics, English, Spanish and in Chemistry for Health 
Sciences 

Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in Dietetics 

National Merit Letter of Commendation 

John M. Flate North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Art 

Joyce Elizabeth Flynn .... North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Softball 
North Quincy High School Headmaster's Award 

James Lawrence Frye .... North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Football 

Catherine J. Gallagher .... North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Child Growth and Development 
State Certificate in the Care and Guidance of Children 

Thomas Ronald Gallagher . . North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Math Analysis 
National School Orchestra Award for Outstanding Achievement 
in Orchestra 

Marie L. Gilfeather North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Office Machines 

Michael G. Gill North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Basketball 

Martin W. Golden North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Technical Drawing 

Christopher George Green • North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Art 

Tammy A. Gustafson . . . Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in French 

David Andrew Harrow . . . North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Technical Drawing 

Linda A. Henry North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement in 

in Softball 

Pamela Christine Henry . . . North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in English, Spanish, Science, and in Mathematics 
Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in Spanish 

Paul James Hurley North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Hockey 

Alicia Johnson North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Service to the Spanish Club 

Kenneth F. Johnson, Jr. . . North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Technical Drawing 

Judith A. Kane North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Softball 

Stephen A. Keches North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Spanish 

Mary E. Kelley North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Business Law 



Richard P. Kennedy North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Winter Track and in Football 

Arleen Marie King North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Family Living and in Introduction to Sociology 

Matthew B. King North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Winter Track 



Harry Karl Knudsen 

Jean M. LaCamera 
Wayne K. Lawrence 



North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Football 
Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in Athletic 

Prowess 

North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Spanish Tutoring 

North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Foods and Nutrition and in Football 

Deborah Lawson North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Law and Social Responsibility 

Joanne A. Leone Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in Physical 

Education 

Robert A. Levenson North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Cross Country Track and in Winter Track 

Cindy B. Levine .North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in English, German and in Biology 
National Merit Letter of Commendation 
Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in English 

Keith K. Liridberg North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Basketball and in Football 

Barbara Ann Lynch Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in Good 

Citizenship 

Jerome MacKenzie North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Winter Track 

Richard Y. Mak North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Math Analysis 

. North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Spanish and in Spanish Tutoring 

. Wollaston American Legion Post No. 295 Medal for Greatest Personal 
Improvement During the High School Years 

. North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Drama 



Cynthia Jean Mangan . 
Russell Scot Marinick . 
Mark Joseph McCormick 



Edward McElaney North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Football 

Michael S. McGillicuddy- • • North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Accounting 
James C. McGinley North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Basketball 
Francis X. McGinnis North Quincy High School Certificate of, Outstanding Achievement 

in Football 

William Mclntyre North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Basketball and in Football 

Thomas J. McKillop North Quincy High School John Philip Souza Outstanding Band 

Award 
Reuben A. and Lizzie Grossman Award 



Maura L. Meehan North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Spanish 

John G. Minukas North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Anthropology 

Janet M. Monts Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in Homemaking 

Michael R. Morin North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Cross Country Track and in Winter Track 

Karen L. Murphy North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Volunteer Work with Children 

Mark Edward Nagle North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Business Principles and Management and in Football 

Thomas David Nee North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Calculus, French and in Football 
National Football Foundation Hall of Fame 

Michael T. Nolan North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Football 

Siobhan Frances Nolan . . . North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Child Growth and Development 
State Certificate in the Care and Guidance of Children 



Gerard Michael O'Donnell 

John Francis O'Donnell 

Ingrid Christine Pagliaro 

Pamela J. Porter .... 
Dennis John Radley 

Donna Marie Reardon . 



North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Technical Drawing 

North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Football 

North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in German 

North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Family Living and in Introduction to Sociology 

North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Basketball 

North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Introduction to Sociology 



Celeste Marie Rioux North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Drama and in French 
North Quincy High School Outstanding Choral Award 
Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in Music and in 

Italian 

Michelle T. Ross North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Transcription 

Patricia A. Rugo Wollaston American Legion Post No. 295 Medal for Greatest 

Personal Improvement during the High School Years 

John Ryan North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Football 

Ruth E. Salomaa North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Calculus and in German 
National Merit Letter of Commendation 
Mathematics Department Book Award 
Bausch and Lomb Science Award 
Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in Mathematics 

Susan E. Schaffer North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Family Living 



Dianne Lee Senter .... 


North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Drama 
Wollaston American Legion Post No. 295 Auxiliary Girls State 

for 1976 
Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in Fine Arts 


Francis M. Shea 


North Quincy High School Headmaster's Award 


Stephen W. Sheehan .... 


North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Football and in Foods and Nutrition 


Ian M. Sheridan 


Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizens Award 
North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in United States History 
Harvard Prize Book Award 
Quincy Historical Society Certificate of Achievement in United 

States History 
Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in Academics 


JodiM. Silver 


• North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Scientific Photography 




. North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Hockey 


Helen N. Spiropoulos . . . 


. North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Chemistry 




North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Photography 


Christine A. Sullivan . . . 


. North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Family Living 


Joseph R. Swindells . . . 


. North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Math Analysis 


Karen Venezia 


, Altrusa Club of Quincy Award 
Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in 
Student Activities 


Robert Anthony Venezia . 


. North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Foods and Nutrition 




. North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Drama and in Conservation 
Reuben A. and Lizzie Grossman Award 
Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in Science 


George L. Wallace, Jr. 


. North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Football 


James Steven Walter . . . 


. National Band Association/U.S. Marine Corps Distinguished 
Musician Certificate 


James C. Watts 


. North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Basketball 


Mark J. Wentzell 


. North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Football 




North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Italian and in Trigonometry 


John R. White 


, North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Basketball 


Thomas Richard White • • 


• North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 
in Basketball 




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William P. White North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Football 

Ruth Marie Widman North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Basketball and in Family Living 

Claire Yee North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Accounting 

Rhonda M. Zoia Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in Gymnastics 

NORTH QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL - Additional Awards 

Edward M. Carll North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Environmental Science 
Quincy Lodge of Elks National Youth Day Award in Industrial Arts 

William T. Crozier Air Force Junior R.O.T.C. - Military Order of World Wars Medal 

Gayle M. Kiley North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Physical Education 

Michelle Therese Callahan . . North Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Physical Education 

Karen L. Murphy North. Quincy High School Certificate of Outstanding Achievement 

in Physical Education 

QUINCY VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL SCHOOL - Scholarships 

Anthony Anastasio Maurice J. Daly Scholarship 

Donna Blake Hancock School Scholarship 

Susan Casserly George F. Bryan Post No. 61 3 - VFW - Vocational- Technical 

Scholarship 
Quincy Education Association Scholarship 
Quincy Educational Secretaries Association Scholarship 
Sterling Junior High School Scholarship 
Quincy Food Services Employee Association Scholarship 

John Cavanaugh Quincy Education Association Scholarship in memory of 

Merle Sawyer 

Patricia Connor Quincy Art Association Scholarship 

Michael De Fazio Maurice J. Daly Scholarship 

Diane D'Olimpio Quincy Lions Club Scholarship 

Robert Charles Billings Scholarship 

Quincy Cooperative Bank Scholarship 

Reuben A. and Lizzie Grossman Award 

VICA Outstanding Service Award Scholarship 

Quincy Food Services Employee Association Scholarship 

Deborah Feulo Quincy Vocational-Technical School Faculty Scholarship 

Daniel Jankins Robert Charles Billings Scholarship 

David Leone Quincy Savings Bank Music Award 

Maude M. Howes Scholarship 

Salvatore Lombardo Quincy Vocational-Technical School Faculty Scholarship 

James Luke Wollaston Mother's Club Scholarship 

Sterling Junior High School Scholarship 

Jean Merrill Sterling Junior High School Scholarship 

Stephen Newman Maurice J. Daly Scholarship 






Kevin O'Neill Quincy Vocational-Technical School Faculty Scholarship 

Martin O'Toole Quincy Education Association Scholarship in memory of 

Merle Sawyer 

William Pitts Maurice J. Daly Scholarship 

Nicholas Renzuli Epicurean Club Scholarship 

Denis Rush George F. O'Brien Scholarship 

Quincy Education Association Scholarship in memory of 

Frank L. and Janet Goudey 
Quincy Education Associaton Scholarship in memory of 

Merle Sawyer 
Reuben A. and Lizzie Grossman Award 

Cynthia Sullivan Quincy Art Association Scholarship 

Anthony Tervakoski .... Sterling Junior High School Scholarship 

QUINCY VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL SCHOOL - Additional Scholarships 

Susan Casserly Koch Club Scholarship 

Quincy Kiwanis Club Scholarship 

Quincy Sons of Italy Lodge 1295 Scholarship 

Daniel Jankins Koch Club Scholarship 

James Luke Quincy Sons of Italy Lodge i295 Scholarship 

Donna Martell James F. McCormick Sr. Memorial Award 

Victor Real in i James F. McCormick Sr. Memorial Award 

QUINCY VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL SCHOOL - Awards 

Anthony Anastasio Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Outstanding 

Achievement in Sheet Metal and in Scholastic Standing 

Mark Baker Who's Who Among Vocational and Technical Schools in America 

William A. Bradford Trophy 

Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Outstanding 
Achievement in Culinary Arts and in Scholastic Standing 

Cheryl Buccella Gold Medal in State Foods Contest 

Certificate of Merit (VIC A) 

Gold Medal in Local Foods Contest 

Christine Campbell Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit in 

Commercial Art 

Patricia Connor Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit in 

Commercial Art 

Diane D'Olimpio Dante Alighieri Society of Massachusetts Award 

Jewish War Veterans of United States, Department of Massachusetts 

"Classmates Today Neighbors Tomorrow" 
Family Leader of Tomorrow Award 
Outstanding VICA Award 
Honorary Life Membership in VICA 
Gold Medal in State Job Interview Contest 
Silver Medal in Local Foods Contest 
Bronze Medal in State Foods Contest 
VICA Certificate of Merit 

Who's Who Among Vocational and Technical Schools in America 
Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Outstanding 

Achievement in Culinary Arts and in Scholastic Standing 



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Alfred Dubois Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 

in Woodworking 

William Enos Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 

in Foundry 

John Foley Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 

in Woodworking 

Stephen Franklin Silver Medal State Electrical Competition 

Fourth Place Local Electrical Competition 
Certificate of Merit Electrical Department 

Walter Glendye Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 

in Electronics 

Daniel Jankins Quincy High School Science Department Award 

Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Outstanding 
Achievement in Electronics and in Scholastic Standing 

James Luke Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Outstanding 

Achievement in Electronics and in Scholastic Standing 

Mark Matthews Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit in 

Woodworking 

Kevin O'Neil Gold Medal in State Electrical Competition 

First Place Local Electrical Competition 
Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 
in Electrical 

William Pitts Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 

in Metal Fabrication 

Matthew Putnam Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 

in Commercial Art 

Allan H. Rautiala Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 

in Woodworking and in Scholastic Standing 

Victor Realini Silver Medal in State Foods Contest 

Bronze Medal in Local Foods Contest 
VICA Certificate of Merit 

William Reams Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 

in Machine Shop 

Paul Redmond Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 

in Woodworking 

Christopher Sidoti Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 

in Electrical 

Timothy Sprague Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 

in Commercial Art 

Cynthia Sullivan Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 

in Commercial Art and in Scholastic Standing 

Paul A. Turowski Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 

in General Piping and in Scholastic Standing 

John Tutela Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 

in Commercial Art and in Scholastic Standing 

Thomas Vecchione Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 

in Electrical 

Patrick Younie Quincy Vocational-Technical School Certificate of Merit 

in Electronics 
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QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL -Scholarships 

Nancy B. Allen Quincy Art Association Scholarship 

Brenda C. Arey East Congregational Church Scholarship in memory of 

Mrs. Theordore Hayden 

Gisele M. Appoloni Robert Charles Billings Scholarship 

Quincy Catholic Club Scholarship 

Lodge Stella Del Nord No. 1436 - Order of Sons of Italy in 
America Scholarship 

Thomas F. Bambery .... Boston College Scholarship 

Sheila M. Burke Quincy Education Secretaries Association Scholarship 

Koch Club Scholarship 

Timothy P. Cahill Reay E. Sterling Junior High School Memorial Scholarship 

Maura B. Carroll Quincy High School Future Nurses' Club Scholarship 



Jean A. Chambers . 



E.W. and L. H. Gobrecht Scholarship - International Order of Rainbow 
for Girls 



Linda J. Cirillo Reay E. Sterling Junior High School Memorial Scholarship 

Quincy Junior College Scholarship 

Edward F. Daley Brandeis University Scholarship 

Cerasoli Coach's Scholarship 

Linda M. DelGreco Wollaston Mothers' Club Scholarship 

Michael DelVecchio Reay E. Sterling Junior High School Memorial Scholarship 

Joanne L. DiSalvio .... Quincy Education Association - Maude Wheeler Memorial Scholarship 

Kathryn L. Engelke .... Quincy Savings Bank Music Scholarship 

Doron F. Ezickson Robert Charles Billings Scholarship 

Quincy High School Page and Stage Club Scholarship 
Jewish Scholarship Club of Quincy Scholarship 
Quincy Kiwanis Club Scholarship 
Dartmouth College Scholarship 

Rita Fabrizio Quincy High* School Foreign Language Club Scholarship 

Mary M. Fahey Quincy Men's Lodge No. 1295, Order of Sons of Italy in America 

Scholarship 

Joyce M. Fantucchio .... Quincy Education Secretaries Association Scholarship 

Executive Secretaries, Inc.- Boston Chapter Scholarship 

Annette Ferner Reay E. Sterling Junior High School Memorial Scholarship 

Patricia A. Fontaine John Hancock School Alumni Association Scholarship 

Wayne Gardiner Quincy High School Page and Stage Club Scholarship 

Lisa M. Gold Janet C. Scanlan Memorial Scholarship 

Jon Golub Quincy High School Junior Class Fifth Annual Scholarship 

Caren N. Godieb Rotary Club of Quincy Scholarship 

Jewish Scholarship Club of Quincy Scholarship 
University of Chicago Scholarship 

Ida M. Grossi Reay E. Sterling Junior High School Memorial Scholarship 

Jeffrey A. Harrison Quincy Men's Lodge No. 1295, Order of Sons of Italy in 

America Scholarship 

Philomena M. Hastings. . . . Quincy Education Association - Janet Christian Memorial 

Scholarship 

Elizabeth A. Hennessey . . . George F. Bryan Post No. 613 - Veterans of Foreign Wars - 

George Warren Underwood Memorial Teaching Scholarship 



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Mary Ellen Hogan Nancy Christian Memorial Scholarship 

Donald L. Jones Sawyer Towers and Louis George Apartments Protestant 

Women's Scholarship 
Army R.O.T.C. Scholarship 

Paul A. Ladas Quincy Education Association - Albert H. Cochrane Memorial 

Scholarship 

Lydia C. LaFerla Victoria A. M. Zeller Scholarship 

James P. LaHive Quincy Cooperative Bank Scholarship 

Anne Madden Gridley Bryant Parent Teacher Communication Council 

Scholarship 

Anne M. McClelland .... Massachusetts Association of Insurance Women - Norfolk 

County Chapter Scholarship 

Ronald P. McGillvray .... Reay E. Sterling Junior High School Memorial Scholarship 

Stephen M. McMahon .... Reay E. Sterling Junior High School Memorial Scholarship 

Judy M. McQuinn Wollaston Women's Club Scholarship 

Jean W. Milne Reay E. Sterling Junior High School Memorial Scholarship 

East Congregational Church Scholarship in memory of 
Miss Clara Wetherbee 

Lyle D. Morrison Koch Club Scholarship 

Dana P. Neitlich Quincy High School Page and Stage Club Scholarship 

Marie A. Nichols Quincy Point Junior High School Memorial Scholarship 

Lori Jean Prince Nancy Christian Memorial Scholarship 

East Congregational Church Scholarship in memory of 
Mrs. John Alsen 

Kathleen M. Regan Quincy High School Future Nurses' Club Scholarship 

Mark R. Ricciardi Reay E. Sterling Junior High School Memorial Scholarship 

Victoria A. Roman Quincy High School Memorial Scholarship 

Ellen L. Rubin Quincy Education Association - Frank L. and Janet Goudey 

Memorial Scholarship 
Jewish Scholarship Club of Quincy Scholarship 
Northeastern University Scholarship 

Steven L. Rudnick University of Massachusetts at Amherst Scholarship 

Lisa M. Salvaggio Tri-Hi-Y Scholarship 

Springfield College Scholarship 

Dora Marie Salvatore .... Quincy High School Blue Macs Scholarship 

Brandon E. Seaman .... Reay E. Sterling Junior High School Memorial Scholarship 

Sharon L. Smyth Reay E. Sterling Junior High School Memorial Scholarship 

Kathleen L. Starck Reay E. Sterling Junior High School Memorial Scholarship 

Quincy High School Blue Macs Scholarship 
Quincy Catholic Club Scholarship 

Catherine Sullivan Rotary Club of Quincy Scholarship 

Sawyer Towers and Louis George Apartments Protestant 

Women's Scholarship 
Jonas Clark Scholarship from Clark University 

Kathleen A. Toomey .... Joseph Bennett Memorial Scholarship 

National Secretaries Association - Beacon Hill Chapter 

Scholarship 
Lt. William Seach Scholarship from the South Shore Chapter of 
the Retired Officers' Association 



Edward L. Towers Munroe MacLean Memorial Scholarship 

John G. Uhlar Boston College Scholarship 

Matthew J. Warner Quincy High School Page and Stage Club Scholarship 

Maude M. Howes Memorial Scholarship 

Philip A. Weinberger .... Quincy High School Math Club Scholarship 

Jewish Civil Service Scholarship 

Joseph P. Weyres Quincy Education Association - Ella Wilcox Williams Memorial 

Scholarship 

Michelle J. Whalen Quincy Education Association - Carol Barba Deane Memorial 

Scholarship 
Boston College Scholarship 

Suzanne L. Young Quincy Women's Club Scholarship 

QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL - Additional Scholarships 

Gisele M. Appoloni Circle League Scholarship 

Mary Ellen Hogan Morrisette Post No. 294 American Legion Scholarship Award 

Peter Ricciardi Dorothea Ash Scholarship from the Willard School Parent 

Teacher Association 

Kathleen L. Starck Morrisette Post No. 294 American Legion Scholarship Award 

Dennis J . Walter Morrisette Post No. 294 American Legion Scholarship Award 



QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL - Awatds 

Enid Braveman Reuben E. and Lizzie Grossman Foundation Award 

Donna Stevens Book Award 

Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Mark J. Buchanan Patriot Ledger All Star Football Team 

Lois A. Cadger Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Kathy L. Coull American Legion Air Force Junior R.O.T.C. Military Excellence 

Award 

Edward F. Daley All Scholastic Honors in Basketball 

Suburban League All Star Basketball Team 

Janet M. Davenport Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Carol A. DelGreco Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Sharon A. Donahue Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Kathryn L. Engelke Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Madoka Etoh American Field Service Representative from Japan 

Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Debora D. Farmer Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Daughter of the American Revolution Award 

Wayne J . French Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

William R. French Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Wayne Gardiner Quincy Heritage Oratorical Contest - Second Place 

Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award 

Voice of Democracy - Veterans of Foreign Wars National Contest 
School Award 



Bernadette T. Gardner .... Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Lisa M. Gold Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Caren N. Gotlieb National Merit Letter of Commendation 

Altrusa Club Award 

Ida M. Grossi Quincy High School Science Department Special Recognition 

Award 

David E. Haddix Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Cinthya V. Harnais .... Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Philomena M. Hastings . . . Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Classmates Today - Neighbors Tomorrow Award from the Quincy 
Post No. 193, Jewish War Veterans of the United States 

Mary Ellen Hogan Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Donald L. Jones National Merit Finalist 

Massachusetts Association of Mathematics Leagues Certificate 
of Merit 

Maryann King Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Lydia C. LaFerla American Field Service Representative to Finland 

Daughters of the American Revolution Award 

Josiah Quincy Award 

Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

James P. LaHive All Scholastic Honors in Swimming 

Michael J. Lamie All Scholastic Honors in Basketball 

Patriot Ledger All Scholastic Basketball Team 
Suburban League All Star Basketball Team 

Patrick Lampert General Mills Family Leader of Tomorrow Award 

Brian K. London National Council of Teachers of English Award 

Patricia A. Macchi Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Kimberly A. Mac Donald . .Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

William C. MacDonald .... Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

George Bryan Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars Essay Contest - 
First Prize 

Lois A. Malvesti Order of Sons of Italy Italian-American All Scholastic Award 

as an Outstanding Athlete 

Michael D. McCourt .... Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Judy M. McQuinn Quincy High School Certificate of Merit - Two 

John Hancock Insurance Company Annual Award to an 
Outstanding Business Education Student 

Janice M. Milford Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Lyle D. Morrison Michael C. Finnegan Award 

Robert L. Nord National Merit Letter of Commendation 

Margaret O'Neill Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

GaryJ.Oriola All Scholastic Honors in Wrestling 

Agatha Pasqualone .... Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Kathleen M. Regan Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Peter Ricciardi Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Ellen L. Rubin Quincy High School Certificate of Merit - Two 




























Janet J. Rugg Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Dora Marie Salvatore .... Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Arunas T. Simkus Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Susan C. Spink Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Kathleen L. Starck Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Dorothy J. Stuart Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Jean M. Svizzero Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Reserve Officers' Association Medal 

Kathleen A. Toomey .... John Hancock Insurance Company Annual Award to an 

Outstanding Business Education Student 

John G. Uhlar Patriot Ledger All Scholastic Basketball Team 

Suburban League All Star Basketball Team 
Boston Herald American Basketball Honor Roll 
Connecticut All Star Classic Top Ten 
Eastern Massachusetts Hall of Fame Team 
Harry Agganis All Star Team 
Massachusetts Shoot-Out Team 

Michael S. Vitulano National Merit Letter of Commendation 

George F. Bryan Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars Essay Contest - 
Second Prize 

Matthew J. Warner Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

First Chair of America Music Award 

Philip A. Weinberger . . . Reuben A. and Lizzie Grossman Foundation Award 

Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Joseph P. Weyres Quincy High School Certificate of Merit 

Voice of Democracy - Veterans of Foreign Wars National Contest 

School Award 
Voice of Democracy Tie Pin 
Harvard Prize Book Award 
Sons of the American Revolution Award 
Massachusetts Boys' State Representative 
Air Force Association Award 
American Legion Air Force Junior R.O.T.C. Scholastic Award 

QUINCY HIGH SCHOOL - Additional Awards 



Lydia C. LaFerla Washington Workshop Congressional Seminar 

William C. MacDonald . . . Josiah Quincy Oratorical Competition Certificate of Merit 



QUINCY SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



JOSEPH J. LaRAIA, Mayor 
Chairman 



JOHN J. SULLIVAN 
Vice Chairman 



FRANCIS F. ANSELMO 

CHRISTOPHER F. KENNEDY 

FRANCIS X. McCAULEY 

CHARLES T. SWEENY 

PATRICIA M. TOLAND 



LAWRENCE P. CREEDON, Secretary 
and Superintendent of Schools 



TITLE IX CONTINUING POLICY STATEMENT 

The Quincy Public Schools does not discriminate on the 
basis of race, color, sex, religion or national origin in its 
educational activities or employment practices as required 
by Title IX of the 1972 Federal Education Amendments. 



/ and Printed by the Commercial and Graphic Arts Department 
Quincy Public Schools 



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